Anna S is a sophomore Biomedical Engineering major from Milton, Georgia. She plays tennis and runs on coffee.
- Contributing Editor December 2022 to December 2023
- Associate Editorial/Opinion Editor October 2022 to December 2022
- News Coordinator September 2022 to October 2022
Several clubs including the Rensselyrics, UPAC Cinema and Chess Club all received reallocations. In addition, many Executive board members were confirmed to their chair positions.
Students with Families was approved to become a Union-funded club, and RPI TV was granted an additional subsidy for new headsets.
President of the Union Ava Gallagher '23 resigned from her position, leading current Club Operations Chair Catherine Philipps '24 to be appointed as the 135th President of the Union by a majority vote.
Rensselaer’s Game Development Club hosted their 2023 Game Development Showcase, featuring creative projects from many RPI students.
Rensselaer’s HackRPI Organizing Team held their tenth annual hackathon in the Darrin Communications Center, providing participants with competition, advice and experience.
Lecturer in the Chemistry Department Dr. Steven Tysoe shares his story on distributing thousands of stickers to Rensselaer students.
RPI ambulance was approved to obtain quotes for a new ambulance, and RPI Club Softball was granted a stopgap request.
The Executive Board proposed a flurry of changes in the upcoming Fall semester including Ben and Jerry’s closure on September 1, 2023, Student Government Suite renovations, and Union Hair Salon plans.
The Student Senate debated over possible future handbook changes regarding micromobility devices on campus.
The Engineers brought home a 9-0 victory over the Union Dutchmen on April 11.
The Engineers hosted Bard College last Wednesday, emerging victorious with a 9‒0 win against the Raptors.
In celebration of GM Week, Saint Motel and Under the Den played for students in the ECAV arena.
Contributing Editor Anna Stubbs ’26 and Editorial/Opinion Editor Soma Patra ’26 met with Christopher Mansfield to learn more about the hydroponic farm he runs next to Commons Dining Hall.
President Martin A. Schmidt ’81, Vice President of Student Life Peter Konwerski, and Dean of Students Travis Apgar attended the 24th Senate meeting to address the formation of the RPI RA Union.
The Rensselaer Music Association was approved for funds towards new recording equipment and The Polytechnic was given funds to attend the College Media Association convention.
Rensselaer’s Pep Band reaches a milestone of 100 years full of thousands of musical moments, endless school spirit and support as America’s Pep Band.
The Chinese American Student Association welcomed the year of the rabbit with a Lunar New Year Celebration, complete with performances, food, and festivities.
Oftentimes there is pressure to make New Year’s resolutions, but hardly anyone sticks to them. Contributing Editor Anna Stubbs ’26 explains why she stopped making them altogether.
Women’s Club Basketball was approved for the start of their season, and clubs under the Rensselaer Music Association were consolidated into one.
Is BeReal worth the hype? Associate Editorial/Opinion Editor Anna Stubbs ’26 reasons it’s the social media the generation should be proud of.
Global Medical Brigades, Meitokukan Kendo, Gajjdge Sher Bhangra, and Chess Club receive extra funding, Sanay Tralshawala ’26 Appointed Marketing and Strategy Committee Chair.
From within the hidden lockers of the Union, Anna Stubbs ’26 shares her insight on why the campus mailroom holds many students’ hearts.
The Ultimate Frisbee team was approved for a new coach and the Rensselaer Pride Alliance were given the go-ahead for restoration.