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A View To Die For

Emily Hahn

March 11, 2019

Filed under National/International News, Op-Ed, Politics, Science/Tech, Travel

The Falkland Islands are hard to get to.  It’s located on the bottom of the globe, at the southern margin of the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 400 miles from the tip of Argentina and 750 miles from Antarctica. The only regularly...

4 Forms of Therapy that Actually Work

Brianna Li

February 8, 2019

Filed under Science/Tech

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Cognitive behavioral therapy helps change unhelpful cognitive distortions and behaviors, improves emotional regulation and develops coping strategies for one's personal problems. Dr. Deborah Offn...

The Perfect Place to Live

Emily Hahn

February 8, 2019

Filed under National/International News, Op-Ed, Politics, Science/Tech, Showcase

There is a popular app in Iceland that the locals use to prevent them from dating close relatives. Before getting involved in a relationship, these decedents of Viking settlers can find out if their potential mates are estranged...

The Faster World of 5G

Ella Wesson

January 27, 2019

Filed under Science/Tech

Is your Snapchat not loading quickly enough? Do you want to be on a faster cellular network? If you answered yes to these questions, then you should consider paying attention to recent news on smartphones. The cellular wo...

Where Humans Are Invisible

Emily Hahn

January 11, 2019

Filed under National/International News, Science/Tech, Travel

The popular website IMDb, which rates movies and TV shows, lists Planet Earth IIas the highest rated TV show of all time. Perhaps the most popular scene from the highly acclaimed nature documentary series is “Iguana Chased by ...

Hubble Space Telescope Back In Action

January 4, 2019

Filed under Science/Tech

Hubble, a space telescope had caused scientists troubles in the past and due to these troubles, its progress had to be paused. However, on October 26th the telescope started up again and has already made up for its abscense. Recently...

The Most Beautiful Place on Earth

Emily Hahn

November 25, 2018

Filed under National/International News, Science/Tech, Travel

In 2002, the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) conducted a poll to determine the greatest Britons in history.  The top ten included some of the best-known people of western civilization such as William Shakespeare, Charles...

Apple’s “Screen Time” Feature Shocks Many

Aidan O'Connor

November 9, 2018

Filed under Features, Science/Tech

Apple’s new update, IOS 12, has people in shock over the amount of time they spend on their phones. Released this past September, the new software included many technical updates that fixed problems and common complaints, as w...

The Fastest Man-Made Object in History

Ella Wesson

November 9, 2018

Filed under Science/Tech

When the Parker Probe was launched in August of 2018, it started on a month's long journey towards the sun in order to gain more data regarding the atmospheric makeup of our star. Not only is this the first probe sent by NASA to...

Artificial Embryos

Ella Wesson

November 9, 2018

Filed under Science/Tech

Scientists in the UK have made a breakthrough. They were able to create mice embryo-like structures without using sperm and egg cells, but by using stem cells. This is extremely significant because it opens up plenty of new doors...

Virtual Reality: Good or Bad?

Ella Wesson

November 9, 2018

Filed under Science/Tech

Virtual reality is a new(ish) technology that has not yet been fully researched. While many people are drawn to it because of its possibilities to advance the way we see the future, the negative effects are much less well-known...

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