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Earth Day Earth Day counts for a lot on the Rensselaer calendar with a full week in April devoted to lectures films work- shops concerts and more. Its an occasion for equal doses of reflection brainstorming problem solving and celebration. Because Rensselaer has given me a solid mathscience core I was able to do quantitative research for the group on data around water and soil quality. That really counted for something. Shifting Gears ORLANDO HERNANDEZ 15 When Orlando Hernandez 15 came to Rensselaer he initially planned to pursue electrical engineering. After the first semester of his freshman year however things changed. I wanted to do something I was more passionate about said Hernandez. With the range of programs that Rensselaer offers it was not difficult to retool. I read up on the course offerings and decided that Science and Technology Studies STS would make sense for me he recalled. On some level I was always interested in law school and felt that STS would better serve my goals given how it fits with policy. Hernandez has focused largely on issues of the environment and law working with an interdisciplinary research group that analyzes zoning regulations in New York state with regard to hydrofracking. Because Rensselaer has given me a solid mathscience core I was able to do quantitative research for the group on data around water and soil quality said Hernandez. That really counted for something. school of hass 25