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I would like to know my grades

Some professors are the most unorganized people, and I’m tired of it. I’m not going to name names here, but so many of them just don’t have it together. 709 more words

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Women's Programs hosts screening of "The Mask You Live In," challenging the limits of masculinity

Although Jennifer Siebel Newsom has come and gone, her message has remained on Stevens’ campus. This past Wednesday, Women’s Programs hosted a viewing of Newsom’s newest film, … 517 more words

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Who is Mr. Game?

“Player agency is important in all games; it makes the game dynamic and allows players’ personalities to shine. That’s where the idea for the role of… 492 more words

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The end: I leave the rest to you

And so it comes to this my friends! This is my last editorial before leaving my executive position on The Stute behind.

Last week I spoke about legacy, but now I’ll just talk about The Stute! 773 more words

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Gene therapy innovations at Professor Philip Leopold's lab

By Julia Vance

“In fifty years, people will be receiving gene therapy just as often as you would receive a vaccine.” After a visit to the lab of Stevens Institute of Technology Clinical Professor and Program Director of Biology Philip Leopold, this remark was what stuck out the most. 847 more words

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A Letter from the Honor Board: bring back the proctors

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the Honor Board’s second open meeting. During that meeting, all of the students – regardless of their affiliation to the Honor Board – were in agreement that unproctored exams were no longer working as intended at Stevens. 627 more words

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Dr. Prasad explains why noise matters

Dr. M. G. Prasad, a professor in the department of Mechanical Engineering, held a seminar on Wednesday billed “Why Noise Matters” on the third floor of the Morton building. 326 more words

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