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It Girls Overnight Retreat Recap

Getting to volunteer at the It Girls Overnight Retreat has always been fun for me, especially after seeing how different it is since I was an It Girl my senior year of high school, way back in 2015. Coming into this year’s It Girls Retreat as a peer advisor really gave me a different perspective…. Read the full article…


Enterprise Data Systems Students Explore Ansible at AnsibleFest

In the course IST 651 – Scripting for Enterprise Data Systems, iSchool Professor Carlos Caicedo introduced us to system and network infrastructure automation concepts and a tool called Ansible. This was the first time we became familiar with Ansible and how powerful it can be for automating system and network configuration management tasks. During the… Read the full article…


How to Prepare for the Career Fair

The iSchool Career Fair is this Wednesday, from 10 am – 2 pm in the Dome! Are you ready? If you’re still trying to figure out how to land that internship or job with your dream employer, follow the advice of Christopher Perrello, the iSchool’s Director of Career Services. I asked him to help answer… Read the full article…


Working with the FBI: A Bittersweet Reflection

The study of organizational management plays a large role in my major. At my internship, I was in awe of the diversity and leadership that executive management displayed. The Federal Bureau Investigation’s (FBI) common mission is to “protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States”. This is emphasized throughout each intern… Read the full article…


6 Useful Tech Tools for Home

Many people have tools once essential for work that later enhanced their personal lives. I need competence in disaster recovery solutions. I need that same knowledge at home with my audio/video productions and trying new open software solutions. Here are 6 tools that aid my personal disaster recovery: Hard Drive Caddy I’m primarily a Linux… Read the full article…