The Supreme Money Gun: Who Would Buy It?

By Ian Sullivan Over the span of its almost 25 years, Supreme has become one of the biggest names in streetwear clothing with its loud and explicit style choices. But most importantly it is known for its hype and its limited supply, and this is why it is such a sought-after brand. Supreme has released …

What’s Up With Maker Faire

By Nicholas Dal Porto Last weekend. the San Mateo County Event Center came alive with the commencement of Maker Faire. For those unfamiliar with it, Maker Faire is billed as “The Greatest Show and Tell on Earth”. People from all backgrounds, all walks of life, all different parts of the world, convene on the grounds …

The Best 3-D Printers at Maker Faire Bay Area

By David Boles Photos by author 3D printers have been losing some prominence to laser cutters and mills in recent years, but they maintained a large presence at Maker Faire Bay Area last weekend. Many established companies were on display, including Form Labs, Printrbot, and Prusa, but there were a surprising number of new, smaller …

The Controversy Over “13 Reasons Why”

By Meghna Gaddam On March 31st, teens across the world logged onto their Netflix accounts, ready to binge watch the most anticipated TV show of the year, “13 Reasons Why.” Produced by pop star Selena Gomez, the show garnered more hype and media attention than your average Netflix show. “13 Reasons Why” is the most …

Why You Should Vote in the Midterm Elections

By Natalie Cheyette   It may seem too soon to start thinking about the 2018 midterm elections. However, something important is going to happen that has never happened in any national election previously. On November 6, 2018, freshly-graduated d.tech alumni will take to the polls for the first time. Here’s some important info for these …

College: A Business Posing as an Institution

By Jalen Thornley It’s no secret that college tuition has been rising rapidly since the middle of the twentieth century, but what isn’t talked about so much is how this increase in price has made it difficult for students to attend the colleges they have worked hard to be eligible for. When the University of …