Classes get to be a burden, at some point. I have 18 credits – exactly half of which are for my masters – and while the discussions are interesting, the work can get to you. Today in my History of Science and Technology class, we argued about the Stevens Tech Strategic Plan. Without disseminating too much about the discussion (and trying not to get myself into trouble), it was a lively debate about whether managerial hierarchies actually listen to feedback, or if their attempts to open lines of communications are merely a public relations move. (more…)
Robert Ranalli is a junior from Jersey City, New Jersey. He attended St. Benedict's Preparatory School in Newark, New Jersey and is a major in Philosophy and History. He is also working on his masters in Technology, Policy and Ethics with the College of Arts and Letters. After college, Robert hopes to attend law school and work in public policy. He is the current president of the law society, archivist for Redshift Magazine, and is on the wrestling team. He enjoys listening to music on his computer while playing video games, talking about nonsensical topics with his friends, and is an avid cartoon fanatic.