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Did Sherlock Holmes believe in God?

I’ve become, belatedly, a Sherlock Holmes groupie. I dig the BBC series Sherlock, starring the suddenly ubiquitous Benedict Cumberbatch, as well as its American counterpart… 453 more words

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"A Funny Thing Happened" in DeBaun Auditorium

It’s a good thing the Stevens Dramatic Society hosts each of their productions for three nights, because their shows rake in several full houses worth of attendees. 621 more words

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Memorial Service for Library Director Ourida Oubraham

On December 23, 2013, a beloved member of the Stevens community passed away. Her name was Ourida Oubraham and she worked at the Samuel C. Williams Library for thirty years, appointed library director in 2007. 1,264 more words

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The best side forward

Wherever there is yin, there is yang. Such is true for Stevens Institute of Technology. This facility, primed for the production of well-rounded young professionals, has a fair share of good and bad. 753 more words

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Cultural Differences

In my Italian class, one of the focuses that my professor has is showing her students the richest parts of Italian culture. Those of you who read my article last week read about a couple of adventures that I’ve gone on with my class to see artisans at work throughout Florence. 829 more words

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Heartbleed: The biggest TLS vulnerability since 2006

Still reeling from the security vulnerabilities just a number of weeks ago, this week, TLS experienced a blow. TLS (also known as SSL) is the backbone of encryption on the Internet. 504 more words

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Students Celebrate Diversity in UNITY Carnival

Last Wednesday, on April 9, 2014, the Hayden lot filled up with a hundred people at 1:00 p.m. Within half an hour later, the crowd ballooned up to a few hundred more because the Ethnic Student Council (ESC), the umbrella organization of ethnic Registered Student Organizations (RSOs), held its annual UNITY Carnival. 347 more words

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