Anna Z is a freshman Industrial Management Engineer and Communications, Media, and Design dual major from Boston, Massachusetts. She loves Taylor Swift.
- Associate Features Editor October 2022 to December 2022
- Photography Coordinator September 2022 to October 2022
Cognitive Science Graduate Students Association becomes Union-affiliated, Rensselaer TV fails funding for news program
UPAC Grand Marshal Week is allowed to use the McNeil room for Grand Marshal Week, the Rensselyrics received a funding reallocation for microphones, the Cognitive Science Graduate Students Association becomes Union-affiliated, and the badminton club gained funding for tournaments while RPI TV was rejected for funding for a news show.
Artistic attire billows down the runway in BSA’s Fashion Show
Editorial/Opinion Editor Soma Patra ’26 and Features Editor Anna Zuniga ’26 attended BSA’s Fashion Show last Saturday night, featuring a variety of modern, vibrant, and chic pieces.
Young Democratic Socialists Club fails again to become affiliated
Pickleball becomes affiliated with the Union while the Young Democratic Socialists of America Club fails affiliation for the second time. The Humans Vs. Zombies club gets approved reallocation of funds.
Students on Arch to vote using Simply Voting
The Elections Commission received $1,000 to change their voting website so that Juniors on Arch Away can vote during Grand Marshal week. Dr. Charlie Potts received 45,000 dollars of funding for a new low ropes course near ECAV. The Executive Board discussed possible Union hour changes for the Show Techs.
PSS: Winter Carnival welcomes students with activities and prizes
Rensselaer’s annual Winter Carnival was a day full of fun festivities. Features Editor Anna Zuniga ’26 shares about the activities of the carnival.
Students should take more advantage of EMPAC
Features Editor Anna Zuniga ’26 reflects on EMPAC, encouraging more students to use the space and attend events.
Reallocation of funds and new prizes approved for UPAC
UPAC Cinema gained funding for movies and a film festival prize program. Jake Herman, Ava Gallagher, and Tomas Gonzales-Zugasti were appointed to new positions on the Executive Board.
Clouds and waves wash into EMPAC
Features Editor Anna Zuniga ’26 shares her experience at Cuando las nubes eran las olas (When the clouds were the waves) at EMPAC.
Celebrating the holiday season with the RPI community
Features Editor Anna Zuniga ’26 shares her experience at the Campus Seasonal Celebration.
PSS: Undergraduate Diwali Festival Show
Associate Features Editor Anna Zuniga ’26 shares her experience going to The Indian Student Association’s undergraduate Diwali Show.
Associate Features Editor Anna Zuniga ’26 and Justin Chassin ’22G attended the dress rehearsal and the 8 pm performance of Adam Weinert’s ANTHEM in EMPAC’s concert hall on November 4. The event employed layered symbolism, choreography, and film to criticize the American national anthem.
Taylor Swift is a vibe for every occasion
Anna Zuniga ’26 and Justin Chassin ’22 G demonstrate that Taylor Swift’s broad discography covers any mood or situation.
What to know about computer help on campus
Need your computer fixed? Go to the Voorhees Computing Center for free computer help and repair!
PSS: Latinx Heritage Month Closing Ceremony
On Saturday October 15th, we attended the Latinx Heritage Month Closing Ceremony held in the McNeill room. The celebration—packed with music, dinner and dancing—was coordinated by the LHM Eboard and clubs such as Alianza Latina, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Phi Iota Alpha, and Omega Phi Beta.
A love-hate relationship with electric bikes
As a bike mechanic and cyclist, Anna Zuniga ’26 explains the pros and cons of electric bikes, noting problems of accessibility, mobility, safety, and sustainability.