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New Mexico Tech is hosting a first-of-its-kind workshop that will address the relationship between petroleum drilling and earthquakes, or "induced seismicity." Tuesday, May 13, in Workman 101 on campus in Socorro. 

KRQE-TV Channel 13 aired a story about the Magdalena Ridge Observatory's new spectroscopic instrument that is designed to characterize exoplanets. The 5-minute piece features several New Mexico Tech people. Click here for the link.

National Public Radio published a video article online called "What Does Sound Look Like?" The story includes footage and research from Dr. Michael Hargather of the Mechanical Engineering Department at Tech. Click here for the story.

Ice Cream Social at the Center for Graduate Studies. 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday!  All current and future grad community members are welcome to join! 

This semester's international student potluck will be at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 10, in the Epiphany Episcopal Church Fellowship HallBring your favorite foods from home to share! Everyone is welcome.

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