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‘Minecraft’ Mod Adds Climate Change, Carbon Tax

Fourth-year computer science major Nick Porillo has made a new plugin for Minecraft that adds climate change to one of the most popular video games ever made.
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There’s a Sign for That
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Don’t worry, your cereal probably won’t poison you with pesticides
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  secondary image   The Conversation
Tons of plastic trash enter Great Lakes every year—where does it go?
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Critics of Endangered Species Act miss the point
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Slate
The DNC Looks Increasingly Incompetent When It Comes to Cybersecurity
Guest essay by Josephine Wolff, CLA, GCCIS

Live Science
Incredible Hulk? Nah, This Glowing, Green Light in the Night Sky Is a Comet
Brian Koberlein, COS, quoted

Los Angeles Times
International Trade Commission decision reverses Trump tariffs on newsprint
Frank Romano, CAD, quoted

WXXI
Connections: Did "2001: A Space Odyssey" accurately predict the AI of the future?
Christopher Kanan, COS, interviewed

Rochester Business Journal
Partnerships between RIT, companies help retain local talent

WXXI
Local musician Herb Smith remembers performing with Aretha Franklin
Herb Smith, RIT Jazz Ensembles, featured

WHEC-TV
RIT researchers discover old property owned by Frederick Douglass

WBFO
'Big Shot' heading to Old Fort Niagara

 
 
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