Today at Tech this ancient practice is carried on by the members of the Bladesmithing Club. Art, history, and science intersect at this student organization, where Tech students make blades, do academic research, and present at conferences.
The Fidel Ballroom was packed with students, faculty, and administration, all ready to discuss issues of importance to our great institution. Admittedly, the free food probably helped.
This week I sat down with Hope Faulkner, the director of Puerto Seguro, and Shay Kelley, the chairman of the board, to talk about the mission of Puerto Seguro and their experience working there.
“3, 2, 1, GO!” sounds out of a megaphone. The NMT student behind the car takes one big step and shoves the cart over the lip of the hill, sending the cart with its passenger careening down the grassy slope.
Rice is an excellent staple food for college students, and indeed for more than half of the world’s population. With a few additions, it can also become a mouthwatering masterpiece and one of my favorite recipes, as explained below.
If you look at it long enough it will look like a strawberry - or you’ll convince yourself it does.
This past week, students shared the excellent work they are doing at the 8th annual Student Research Symposium.
It’s my last article in Paydirt, and yet there is so much more to say. Paydirt and I will go our separate ways, and only one of us will have a tattoo to remember the other by.
“Friends 4 Ever” isn’t just a phrase we write in high school yearbooks or carve into trees. It’s a life lesson we learn over and over again, particularly through college.
Looking for cooking inspiration? Here’s a couple of simple recipes to mix it up.
Read more about the controversial disagreement between the NMT Administration and the SGA in this special article from Paydirt.
Read more about the 2016 Higher Education Capital Investment Projects
Weather updates in Socorro for 10/5/16 - 10/19/16
President Wells Weighs in on Entrepreneurialism, Transparency, and the Future of NMT.