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Tricky Technologies and Brazilian Bugs

Technology in the classroom can be a tricky thing. Some mornings when I walk into my classroom, the internet is down. Other mornings, a student’s laptop won’t start. On yet another morning, a student has a cracked screen from attempting to juggle his laptop at lunch.  Yes, having an entirely paperless classroom can be a tricky, frustrating, and a downright comical thing. But I wouldn’t trade what we are able to do in the classroom with technology for just about anything.

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Banned Books and Celebrating Our "FREADom" to Read

Literary censorship may seem like a far-removed concept in modern-day America; we don’t really live in a world where the town library has the final say in how we get our book-fixes.  But this reality is a new one compared to human history’s long struggle with censorship.

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Manufacturing the Sound of Music

By exploring the history of music composition we can discover the affects technology has had on current production methods. Technology has also affected consumer access through which the way music is purchased. Social media has changed the way artists network, market and promote their music, and in most cases, artists actually promote themselves in today’s market.

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The Evolution of Gaming

The trip to the gaming exhibit at the Toledo Museum of Art showcased thirty years of gaming technology from Pacman to Minecraft, and from Super Nintendo to Playstation 2. As part of the Gaming Society, we went and basically relived our childhood through videogames. I could remember playing Halo 2 as if it were yesterday.

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Virtual Reality

The Gaming Society: Reborn enjoyed the trip to the Toledo Museum of Art for their special exhibit, the “Art of Videogames”. We loved the fact that the games were in order by the year they were produced, and the fact that you could play demos of certain games.

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Students take oaths, give back, clean streams

Labre Project, Clean Your Stream, MBA Oath occur

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Celebrity Wait Night serves up $40K

Celebrity waiters raised more than $40K for student scholarships.

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Lourdes names new vice president

Lourdes welcomes New York college administrator to leadership team.

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Collaboration will grow science internships

Lourdes, UT receive a grant to grow biology internships.

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Fortune 500 consultant named endowed professor

Philip Fink has been named the Larry & Kathy Ulrich Endowed Professor in Accounting.

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