The Lion's Roar

The new art installations located in the Computer Science and Technology Building were designed to initially display their engineering.

Two new sculptures installed in computer science building

Rachel Folse, Staff Reporter May 14, 2021

With the installation of two new sculptures in the Computer Science and Technology Building, art has become more integrated into diverse locations across campus.  The artists for the project were picked...

Zoe Klien, a freshman computer science major, is coding during class. According to computerscience.org, women have only accounted for 13.6 percent of bachelor’s degrees in computer science.

Computer science: A field for any gender

Hannah Juneau, Staff Reporter March 30, 2021

“Computer science is a man’s field.” This is a statement commonly heard in the world of computer science. According to computerscience.org, women have only accounted for 13.6 percent of bachelor’s...

Professor holds position in National Accreditation Commission

Professor holds position in National Accreditation Commission

Briyana Anderson, Staff Reporter May 15, 2020

In addition to serving as a teacher on campus, a computer science professor will be shouldering additional responsibility in an accreditation board outside of campus. Lu Yuan, an occupational, safety,...

Mold your dreams

Mold your dreams

Prakriti Adhikari , Staff Reporter April 9, 2019

Growing up in a middle class family in an Asian community, there was one dream that was instilled in me as a child: to be a doctor. My family and society molded my brain to believe that success came in...

Using the skills taught in class to face obstacles outside school

Using the skills taught in class to face obstacles outside school

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter April 9, 2019

Skills taught in some classes can be directly applied in the real-world setting. Public speaking, Introduction to Financial Accounting and Software Engineering are courses professors explained are significant...

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