Archive for February, 2011
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This has been a hugely requested topic and I am pleased be be covering it this week! Bear with me as this is going to be a bit longer post. So as you may know I recently became a candidate for Alpha Sigma Kappa, which has allowed me to see what being a member of […] [READ MORE]

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Great entertainment, fantastic musical talent, and all at a price that can’t be beat! Wednesday the M-Shop played host to a free night of music for ISU students, with musical guests Ben Rector and Steve Moakler. Both were excellent performers! [READ MORE]

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We are currently working on our projects for TSM 240. My partner and I are working on a steel mold and here is me practicing on the machines! And fashionably might I add! 🙂 [READ MORE]

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Ronald Erwin McNair was born in Lake City, South Carolina. He received a BS degree in physics from North Carolina A&T State University and a Ph.D. in physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the young age of 26. Dr. McNair became a staff physicist with Hughes Research Laboratories immediately after receiving the Ph.D. and […] [READ MORE]

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Chances are if you haven’t been on a College of Engineering tour or are familiar with the west side of campus you probably aren’t familiar with this statue! This piece is located just outside the new add-on to Coover, which houses the Software, Computer and Electrical Engineering programs. Can you guess what it is? Most […] [READ MORE]

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