Rose-Hulman alumni Phil Griffith, 2005 and Arik Quam, 1996 walked into the SRC Wednesday not looking for a job, but looking for someone to give a job to.
As most students have noticed, Moench Commons has a new look. But, it’s been hard to see that look under all the students squeezed around the little tables, that kid asleep on the floor, and the overflow of off-campus fraternities that used to be neatly packed away in their respective corners. It won’t be this way forever, though: another change is on the way.
“We live in an increasingly global world, global economy, and global practice of business,” said Dr. Luchen Li when queried about the creation of the new Office of Global Programs at Rose-Hulman this year. Li, the first Associate Dean of Global Programs and a new administrator this year coming from Kettering University in Michigan, firmly believes that this new office will encourage Rose-Hulman graduates to be leaders and make an impact in this globalized world.
Welcome back to Indie Game of the Week, where I tell you what’s been keeping me from doing my homework for the past several hours!
Peace, hard fought and finally won, is now dissolving again as people become obsessed with prophecy. Compounding this, a mysterious machine is found in the People’s Palace, the seat of power, which creates dark omens which come true shortly thereafter. Meanwhile, a malevolent leader in a remote land has his own plans for power that could prove deadly.
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