October is hallmarked by Halloween and Columbus Day, but Boston University’s international ambience will often shine a light on foreign holidays, one of which is Diwali. Diwali is a five-day primarily Hindu festival that celebrates the theme of good triumphing over evil in the world. The main night takes place on the new moon in […]

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Scientists and researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology decided to build a time capsule that would last at least 1,000 years in 1957. They didn’t use the typical materials like wood or copper, but rather glass that would be sturdy enough to withstand all the elements. Glass is incredibly stable compared to materials like […]

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Whenever I hear the words “intelligence quotient,” I think about Albert Einstein or Spencer Reid (“Criminal Minds” fans, you understand). It is so cliché of me, but I do. I think about super humans, but I fear that soon I will to have to think about super machines. An artificial intelligence system at the Massachusetts […]

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