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It's rare to hear that a student majoring in electronics engineering can have hands-on experience working with Lady Gaga in the visual arts. This experience was experienced by Irmandy Wicaksono, a PhD candidate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology majoring in Media Arts and Sciences who started his path from an opportunity to design two mechatronic dresses for Lady Gaga. “I am an undergraduate engineering student in the UK and just had a one month internship experience with StudioXO in London,” said Wicaksono. "I took part in the development of two mechatronic dresses for Lady Gaga to wear at the iTunes festival in London and to display at the artRAVE event in Brooklyn."

 

Buying new clothes for Eid or the celebration of Eid al-Fitr seems to have taken root as a culture in Indonesia. Lebaran has also become synonymous with new clothes worn when staying in touch at the moment of Eid. But in fact the habit is not entirely wise to do. The reason is, it can increase clothing waste in the environment because it will use more raw material resources. Then, in the downstream sector there will be an abundance of used clothes that require maintenance to be resold, for example with detergent. This is certainly a threat to the environment.

The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) has just announced the latest economic conditions, namely the first quarter of 2022 where growth skyrocketed to 5.01%. A number of businesses also experienced significant growth. "GDP in the first quarter of 2022 comes from industry, trade, agriculture, mining and construction," said Head of the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) Margo Yuwono at a press conference, Monday (9/5/2022).