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Waste-deep in Food

Waste-deep in Food

January 14, 2019

Using phones to cut phone use

Laura Heffernan, Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 2, 2018

Teens are addicted to their phones. According to a 2016 survey by Common Sense Media, 50 percent of teens admit to being addicted to their phones, and 72 percent of teens feel the need to immediately respond to a text m...

Check your settings: Your data is not as safe as you think

Caitlyn Schlaman, Staff Writer

October 1, 2018

Most people spend hours on social media sites such as Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, yet few Americans may understand what privacy rights they’re giving up. Recently, several court cases that have gained media attention, ...

The Many Arms of AI

Uzor Awuzie, Student Life Editor

June 5, 2018

As technology progresses, artificial intelligence is advancing -- or rather, simplifying -- our lives. While the concept of “artificial intelligence,” or AI, is normally associated with robots mimicking human knowledge,...

Tuning into studying

Julia Marques da Silva, InDepth editor

April 6, 2018

Music can activate the left and the right side of the human brain at the same time, which maximizes learning and improves memorization. But even with these known benefits, many are still unsure if music can maximize their learning capabilities.

Teen Gains

Atticus Ahearn, Photo Editor

March 12, 2018

Teenagers invest in workout supplements without regard to the risks.

Bulletproof school supplies a response to hostile threats

Aaron Deans, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018

Mass shootings, and a fearful population have created a new industry, those who make bulletproof school supplies. These range from bulletproof backpacks to books and clothing, as well as bulletproof inserts for backpacks. Some ...

Finals on the mind

Annalise Freimark, News Editor

February 7, 2018

Mental illness is not something tangible. It’s not something one can see, or touch, or taste. But an alarming truth is that it’s on the rise in students across the globe. According to the Child Mind Institute, one in five teens struggl...

Science and Tech Briefs

Sydney Uyeda, Online Editor

December 3, 2017

Science Briefs: Nobel chemistry prize awarded for microscopic tech advancements Joachim Frank, Jacques Dubochet and Richard Henderson were named as the recipients of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry this past month. Their a...

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