Turning to analogue tech in a digital age, Carson Farmer is using the past to craft a future. By Ethan Bortz Since the late twentieth century, mechanical watches have been buried under new and advanced technologies. First, the invention of… Read More ›
By Raymond Coffin Jr. A man or woman can spend a lifetime laboring backstage and working behind the scenes without ever stepping a foot on the stage. Without such people the show would fail to go on. After a movie… Read More ›
“There is no experiment in the history of humankind that violates the laws of quantum mechanics. It is truly the best explanation of reality, and how the world really works.” By Raymond Coffin Jr. Reading is a diverse city, and… Read More ›
FSJ is introducing a new series of film reviews by Michael Andreacchio a film industry veteran
Our now Alumni Brett Schultz is here to impart some knowledge to us about the powerful bird, called a Lyrebird and how it’s changing what we know about recording sounds.
Are you having trouble making it to FSJ meetings because you don’t know when they are, or too busy? Find out below about how to fixed our constitution to give more access to students who are too busy and can’t… Read More ›