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Highlights for the week of May 3–9, 2021

Visit news.fitnyc.edu for full coverage of FIT's campus, faculty, and student news and events.
FEATURED STORY
Watch the Technical Design Capstone Presentation on Demand
Graduating Technical Design students in the Baker School of Business and Technology create a final garment that applies the tools of the field—fit, pattern, grade—to address a real-world challenge, such as accessibility, sustainability, or health and safety. This year’s capstone projects included upcycled multipurpose garments to reduce clothing waste, posture-correcting harnesses, a “touch wallet” for the blind, comfortable business wear for working from home, and a weighted garment that can soothe anxiety. The projects were presented in a series of engaging short videos. View them here. 
UPCOMING EVENTS
MAY 4, 12 PM  MakerMinds Workshop: E-Textiles with AdaFruit and MakeCode  
MAY 6, 12 PM  MakerMinds Workshop: AR Instagram Filters for Beginners Using Spark AR 

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RECENT STORIES
• President Brown Named to City & State’s 2021 Higher Education Power 100 List
• C.J. Yeh Named Creative Advisor for Social Innovation Project at Johns Hopkins

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The world’s first known pregnant Egyptian mummy being X-rayed at a medical center in Otwock, Poland, in 2015. At the time, the mummy was thought to have been a male priest.Credit...Aleksander Leydo/Warsaw Mummy Project, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
“Generally, not many women have been the focus of studies in Egyptology," said Alexander Nagel, assistant professor of History of Art and a research associate at the Smithsonian, in response to the world's first discovery of a pregnant mummy. The New York Times reports.

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Social Media of the Week

May 1 was National #CollegeSigningDay! We are proud and thrilled to extend a warm welcome to our incoming class of unconventional minds!

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