In a startling moment at a recent "all-hands" meeting of Information Technology Services personnel, seventeen members of various ITS development and support teams were revealed to be, in fact, shape-shifting alien reptiloids descended from pioneers out of the Alpha Draconi star system.
Some NAU employees may have had their electronically filed tax returns rejected by the IRS, and the reason for it may have been resurrected from scams of the past. Now the game is at a higher and more sinister level as the IRS is being defrauded using the private information of citizens that is proving far too easy to obtain.
Out of sixty-seven submissions, two of ITS’s own student workers won awards at the recent “Hack Arizona” convention hosted at the University of Arizona. Amanda Belles, a senior in Computer Information Systems, and her Robotic Algorithms Team were awarded a first prize in the “Close but No Cigar” category (more on this odd judgment in the full story) for the working adaptive walking robot she and her teammates constructed in just thirty-six hours. Conner Swann, a junior in Computer Science, with his team won third place in the sponsor’s category for an object-tracking capability to use on drones.