Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

April 7, 2014

Ömer Karaduman (ECON/IV) & Hazal Koptagel (CS/IV)

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Mountain Peaks

Mountain Peaks

March 31, 2014

A couple of weeks ago, in the middle of a conversation, I remembered the words  that are attributed to Sir Francis Drake, his prayer right before he set out to be the second man

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The Other 1%

The Other 1%

March 31, 2014

College is a good time to learn valuable life lessons—and the lesson I am currently learning appears to be, “Don’t agree, without informing your advisor, to assist with projects that require about a week

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The Transformation of the Music Industry, or: How They Learned to Stop Worrying About Download Culture and Love It

The Transformation of the Music Industry, or: How They Learned to Stop Worrying About Download Culture and Love It

March 31, 2014

In my previous column, I tried to describe the impact of the digitization of music on listeners and how this impact changed over time. I also tried to demonstrate this transformation by explaining mine.

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

March 31, 2014

By M. Furkan Akıncı (LAW/IV)

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“I Like Detective Stories, and Detectives…”

“I Like Detective Stories, and Detectives…”

March 24, 2014

One thing we seem to love as an audience today is detective stories. It’s a relatively new area of interest; when you look back, the oldest of these stories date back a century, maybe

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BY SERA ULUSOY (MAN/III)

BY SERA ULUSOY (MAN/III)

March 24, 2014

Paul Cook, the founder of Raychem—one of the most innovative energy and tech companies of all time—once said that creativity cannot be taught but rather is instinctive, because creativity stems from curiosity and one

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TECHNO-THRASH

TECHNO-THRASH

March 24, 2014

Some weeks ago I said I was planning to talk about “techno-thrash.” Well, I guess the time has come for that now. Firstly, I must admit that this is quite an underground term and

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