When I would read my high school math class syllabus, I read it differently than most of my classmates did. While my teachers would specify that homework would only take between 45 minutes to an hour to complete, I read it as between three and four hours—because that’s how long it would take me. Similarly,…
HUBweek returned to City Hall Plaza from October 8-14 and curated a lineup of events relating to this year’s motto of “We the Future”. Shipping containers served as exhibitor spaces, while speaker stages were housed in igloo domes and glass-paneled modules surrounding the main nucleus.
“[It] was like crazy for me to fathom that this could happen to somebody at a moment’s notice,” Giovanniello said of his grandmother’s sudden stroke which prompted his interest in helping people through technology.
He asked her for her name after telling her not to tell anyone her name, a young girl learned a lot from a single ride on the T.
Due to the widespread use of social media and smartphones, it has become much easier to protect human rights, said Jay Aronson, the director of the Center for Human Rights Science at Carnegie Mellon University.
Many of the students’ apps were designed to solve problems or make life at BC more convenient.