Dylan Le

News Editor


dylan@poly.rpi.edu

Previous positions
  • Associate News Editor September 2020 to December 2020
Breaking News

RPI hits Trigger Level 1, Institute to quarantine

March 3, 2021

Rensselaer begins quarantine on Thursday, March 4, having reached the over 30 case threshold outlined in the University Pandemic Protocols.

Executive Board

New appointments to the E-Board, Mueller Center

February 13, 2021

During the Executive Board meeting on January 26, Siddhi Balamurali ’23 stepped down as Executive Board Secretary, and Mia Lin ’23 was unanimously appointed as Club Operations Committee Chair to replace Cassidy Schultz ’21. Dr. Potts stated that the Mueller Center will not be opening along with the Union.

Student Senate

Senate confirms Rhea Banerjee as Undergraduate Council President

February 9, 2021

The Student Senate confirmed the appointment of Rhea Banerjee ’22 as the new Undergraduate Council President on January 27. Banerjee is succeeding Evan Lazaro, who graduated last semester. This follows from Scott Schwartz ’23 stepping down from his position as the Undergraduate Council Vice President.

Opinion

How to cast doubt on an election you lost

December 1, 2020

During this year’s election, Alabama, Colorado, and Florida passed legislation to change the language in their respective constitutions from “every” citizen can vote to “only” citizens can vote. Although the bills have effectively changed nothing about who can vote in these states, the deceptive language these bills use is a tool for casting doubt on this election and future elections.

Student Life

On-campus students to move out of residence halls before Thanksgiving

November 18, 2020

The Office of Student Living and Learning shared instructions about moving out for the remainder of the semester before Thanksgiving break and information for students remaining on-campus.

Opinion

Fake news, fake food

September 4, 2020

Cooking life hack channels with their slick editing and deceptive recipes have been profiting by misleading their audiences in a similar fashion as fake news organizations. From microwave caramel to political scandals, these forms of media are poisoning the well of information we base our opinions on.