Russian robot, destined for space, shows off gun slinging skills

Russian scientists have created a robot they call FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research). Videos of the machine screwing in lightbulbs and driving cars are impressive. But what is concerning for many across the globe is FEDOR's ability to wield guns. Fear, stemming from science fiction movies and books, is understandable as everyday the world …

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Sweden Terror Attack; Class Exercise 6

The terror attack in Sweden gained a large audience on social media. Many Twitter users posted photos, videos and statuses of the event; keeping the world posted as the tragedy unfolded. Four people died and 15 were injured in Stockholm, Sweden after a man stole a beer truck and drove it into a populated shopping …

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Google Maps Exercise

This was an exercise for Online Journalism. Using a CSV of crime in Philadelphia I was able to organize the information in an easy to read google map detailing the location, type of crime and age of the the person committing the crime. Using different colors and symbols makes the data easier to interpret and …

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New Student Services Center set to debut 2024

Complaints about Bloomsburg University’s lack of space for students to lounge has launched a conversation regarding new construction. On Jan. 30, the Vice President of Student Affairs, Dione Somerville, gathered various student organizations to discuss the possible building of a new student union building. The University has been hosting multiple interviews; many students have received …

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