With nearly half of recent graduates unemployed or underemployed, there has been a large shift of people now choosing to go into STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields, which offer higher employment rates and pay grades. But going into STEM is not a quick fix.
Articles by: Katelyn S. Irons
The Batmobile might become a reality in this new era of self-driving cars.
“Destiny,” the latest game by the makers of Halo is introducing a new type of gaming, a “shared world shooter.” This is revolutionizing the video game industry. What will be next?
After a year of performances both here and in Asia, the Adoration Chorus is wrapping up their semester with a concert this Thursday.
Faculty members performing Schubert and Beethoven is just one event in the busy schedule of the Taylor Music Department. With senior recitals, string quartets, choir performances and orchestra concerts ahead, the music department is finishing off the semester on a high note.
If you enjoy conservation, get excited for Earth Month! April is the time to celebrate our planet and learn more about living responsibly.
Do you ever wish that you lived in the world of #StarTrek? Maybe someday we will, sorta. Read on to see how some of our technology is reflecting the realm of sci-fi.
Watching the movie adaptation of a book can be nerve-wracking for fans, but “Divergent” surpasses expectations.
Keep your phone out of the ocean and your cameras from getting broken. Learn how to travel safely with your technology.
Students spend a lot of time and effort clinging to their GPAs. But is their stress misplaced? One editorialist suggests students should spend more time pursuing internships and other opportunities that will better prepare them for the workforce.