Taylor’s student-built nanosatellite TSAT is now in space, circling the globe every 90 minutes. Learn more about the project from the people who built it.
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The Echo interviews Switchfoot guitarist about recent tour, new albumBy Alex Mellen | Echo Guitarist Drew Shirley has been a member of the alternative rock band Switchfoot since 2005. The band released their ninth album, “Fading West,” this January, and their accompanying film of the same title has been showing […]
Whether you’ve seen one too many articles about the NSA or you don’t know who Edward Snowden is, check out our summary and analysis of the recent events in government surveillance.
Unmanned aerial systems being deployed for delivery and news organizations. But many proponents for drone usage don’t prefer the term “drone” because of its connotations.
Rushed to get your food from the Grille between classes? One student has a solution to ensure students—and faculty and staff—get a decent lunch even when they have only minutes to spare.
Most theologians agree that Paul wrote the books of Romans, Galatians and Philippians. But some doubt the apostle penned Ephesians and Colossians. Professor Greg MaGee tackles the question in his new book.
The Euler Science Complex received a gold LEED rating for being a top green building earlier this week.
Poisonous ricin sent to President Obama and other government officials was intercepted by government mail facilities last week. The failed attacks remind the public of the danger of bioterrorism.
The Vatican chose its 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church Wednesday, according to The New York Times. Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio (pronounced Ber-GOAL-io) chose the name Pope Francis I after St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of Italy, according to NBC.
The Weather Channel is naming winter storms, but not everyone agrees with the idea