Campus

Ringing in the New Year with E-Week: A Unique Perspective

By Fariha Hassan   A lot of you might have noticed a different vibe in the engineering buildings after coming back from your well-deserved break. You can almost feel the excitement, the adrenaline, the tension and the hype radiating off some of our engineering students. If you have seen students wearing different coloured Pirate of

Features

The Marvellous Belgian Beer Pipeline

By Nick Brunt Considering the international attention directed towards it in the past few months, the entrance of Bruges’ Halve Maan (Half Moon) Brewery is inconspicuous enough. Situated on a leafy square in the south of the city’s medieval centre, the only outward sign of its location is hardly imposing: only a modest placard marks

Lifestyle

A Song a Day

By Alexandre Darche   My resolution for 2017 isn’t to get to the gym more often to work off that turkey belly. Nor is it to spend less and save more. Nor is it any other of those cliché motives that fade come early February. My resolution (on top of trying to write more) is

SciTech

Do Androids Dream of Gainful Employment?

The Future of Work (and Engineering) in an Automated World By Nick Brunt While dreaming up the future of humanity’s relationship with technology in the 1940s, influential science fiction writer Isaac Asimov imagined the famous “Three Laws of Robotics”, a comprehensive set of rules designed to prevent any possible conflict between man and his ever-advancing

Entertainment

Holiday 2017 Movie Review

By Desmond Reynolds   I was originally intending on writing a preview for the upcoming Academy Awards, but then I realized I, like the average filmgoer, haven’t seen the vast majority of any of the nominated films. Instead, I’ll be discussing here the Oscar-worthy, the mediocre, and the bad of the movies I did get

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