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#GlovesThatTweet

Who says TV rots your brain? Not these Olin College of Engineering freshmen, whose #Hashtag Glove was inspired by a Jimmy Fallon late-night comedy skit.

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An Eye for Engineering

Ruth Tie was born and raised in Southeast Asia, where professionals such as doctors and engineers are in high demand. Here’s why she decided to study electrical engineering at the University of British Columbia in Canada.

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A Life in Darkness

Having to hurry home at sunset because his family’s farm lacked electricity inspired Ahmed Almansour to study electrical engineering. Read the University of British Columbia student’s story.

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Popcorn Engineering!

Sure, engineers tackle big problems to make the world a better place. But they design fun things, too! Check out this voice-activated popcorn-launching machine created by an electrical engineer at a popcorn company.

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Meet Ashleigh Hayes: Snow Queen

Engineers are not known for tiaras and sashes. So Ashleigh Hayes, a University of St. Thomas electrical engineering major and volunteer girls’ math tutor, was crowned the Winter Carnival’s 2012 Queen of the Snows in St. Paul, Minn., she knew to deflect digs from her classmates about being a “princess.”

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