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What is Net Neutrality?

Quinn Reinhardt

December 1, 2017

Filed under Politics, Science/Tech

In recent days, the buzz about 'net neutrality' has been surfacing on the news, on social media, and at the dinner table on Thanksgiving.  The question that we have all been wondering is: what is net neutrality, and why does...

Tarot Card Tutorial

Quinn Reinhardt

November 26, 2017

Filed under Science/Tech

When skeptics think of Tarot card readings, they think of an old woman dressed in robes and tacky jewels, hovering over a crystal ball in a room thick with incense.  However, this may not be what Tarot cards are all about. A...

Self-Healing Concrete

Ella Wesson

November 19, 2017

Filed under Science/Tech

Concrete, a commonly used material in the modern world, now has the potential to possess amazing abilities! New technologies created by microbiologist Henrik Jonkers can lower construction costs by billions of dollars through...

Apple Engineer Fired After Daughter releases footage of iPhone X before release.

Jonathan Kim

November 1, 2017

Filed under National/International News, Science/Tech

Ms. Brooke Peterson, whose father worked at Apple, has announced that her father was fired after allegedly leaking footage of the iPhone X.  Apple has not released a statement regarding this situation, nor have they conf...

Beware of Dirt and Flatulence

Emily Hahn

October 8, 2017

Filed under Science/Tech, Uncategorized

Dirt and flatulence are not just manifestations of poor hygiene and manners. According to recent scientific studies, these two mundane companions to normal human existence are thought to be serious culprits in the acceleration...

Are Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Caused By Global Warming?

Emily Hahn

September 25, 2017

Filed under National/International News, Science/Tech

Despite the overwhelming majority of climate scientists believing in the presence of global warming, many Americans refuse to accept the evidence. 97% of scientists who have published research papers on climate believe that the...

The Future of Sound

Philip Passes, Senior Technology Editor

November 18, 2016

Filed under Op-Ed, Science/Tech, Showcase

Throughout history, technology has progressively gotten smaller. This is still the case with headphones and wearable audio appliances as well. The company Human Inc., however, has made it their goal to take a step to the side...

Air Pollution Worsens

Courtney Lee

October 31, 2016

Filed under News, Science/Tech

An air quality map released by the World Health organization shows that almost everyone in the world is breathing polluted air. Around 92% of the world is now currently breathing in air that does not meet air quality standards...

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