‘Can You Find the Gun?’: virtual art festival explores social justice

‘Can You Find the Gun?’: virtual art festival explores social justice

Thirteen different projects focus on impacts of pandemic, BLM

In response to a year marked by discussions on social and racial justice, ATEC is hosting a virtual Social Justice Art & Film Festival (SJAFF) for students to showcase work that engages with these topics. The festival showcases 13 projects that include short films and documentaries, animated shorts, an interactive...

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We need women in STEM

We need women in STEM

Women provide valuable insight but can’t get their foot in the door

“Too emotional for science.” Phrases like this have continuously hindered women trying to break the glass ceiling in STEM. Why are these barriers still alive and well in the new decade? There’s no denying that the number of women entering STEM has significantly increased since 1990. However, when we look...

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Social distance makes the heart grow fonder

Social distance makes the heart grow fonder

How virtual relationships have flourished during the pandemic

Due to social distancing measures and generally reduced in-person gatherings, traditional relationship interactions are no longer as feasible, making long-distance relationships more prevalent. Regardless of whether a couple lives in the same city or on opposite sides of the world, nearly all communication is now virtual. Pavan Govu, a computer...

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