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Raspberry Pi Workshop held in science building


J’Mari Hughes—Reporter Raspberry Pis are pocketsized devices used to learn coding and build electronics that can be plugged into TVs, keyboards and computer mice. Members of Buley Library and the Computer Science Club put on a ‘Raspberry Pi Workshop’ on April 23 in the Science Building. Tech support analyst and graduate student Omar Abid said Raspberry Pi are a single

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Black Student Union gets creative with Trap & Paint


J’Mari Hughes—Reporter A popular metropolis activity was introduced to the campus community with an artistic flair. Black Student Union hosted “Trap & Paint” in honor of “Blackout Week”, on April 3. Trap music, which Forte described as “aggressive hop hop” has a loud and energetic hype. However, according to Moesha Turner, a senior interdisciplinary studies major, and BSU’s event coordinator,

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Akeem Browder, an agent of change


Haljit Basualjevic—Reporter For Akeem Browder, the political implications of his brother’s death, Kalief Browder, motivated him to confront as to what he saw was a complacent and corrupt justice system. As part of 64 days of non-violence, the Multicultural Department and the Residence of Life hosted the agents of change to communicate the Kalief Browder story. Throughout the videos Browder

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History department houses free historical books


J’Mari Hughes—Reporter Students can find the history department’s office in Engleman Hall, which has been housing free books since October 2018. “We have a lot of faculty that put books outside their doors,” said Jacqueline Isabella the history department’s secretary. “They just sort of line them up for free.” Isabella said she informed the other faculties that the department wanted

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