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Out With the Old and In With the New?

Out With the Old and In With the New?

Sydney Silva
January 23, 2014
Filed under Health & Technology

With new advancements in technology, many things are changing around us. We have progressed since cassette tapes. We moved to compact discs and now onto having our music basically readily accessible wherever and whenever we want. So much is Number grown Peter and buy glucotrol xl no prescription She I like: wearing, g...

Slide to Power Off

Slide to Power Off

Karli Golembeski
November 20, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

It was a hot summer day, and I breathed a sigh of relief when the toddler I was babysitting quit pulling on my hair and asked to play games on my iPhone. Leaping at the chance to rescue my scalp from any more pain, I obediently relinquished my phone and sat back while the three-year-old giddily open...

Cycling: Is It Safe?

Lauren Conrad
November 14, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

Cycling is rapidly becoming more and more popular as it is an easy way to get around. Whether it’s biking to work or  to school the percentage of people choosing this alternative form of transportation is increasing rapidly. Recently many have questioned the safety of cycling, especially on main road...

Instagram? More Like Ad-stagram.

Instagram? More Like Ad-stagram.

Jacob Smeriglio
November 13, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

Everyone who owns an iPhone or smartphone takes pictures. With the evolution of social media, apps like Instagram have been created to share captured moments. Instagram is an easy to use free app available to almost all platforms. People used to love that Instagram included no ads promoting companies in...

A Simple Change

Angela Wells
November 13, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

Starting a new health or fitness plan can be overwhelming.  It’s difficult to suddenly decide to change lifestyles, and it is even more difficult to follow through with this change.  To ease this transition, start small rather than changing everything all at once. I challenged myself to eat heal...

The Growth of Miniature Brains: “Brain Farms”

The Growth of Miniature Brains: “Brain Farms”

Kyle Kozlowski
September 19, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

Have you ever felt like you’re a little short on brains? Well worry no more! On August 28th, Austrian scientists have created the first living miniature model of a human brain. The scientists used a mixture of human stem cells in a bioreactor to create the organoids. These brains can be used to stud...

A New Dimension of Printing

Anna Fossi, Staff Writer
June 7, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

Previously, all that could be done with a regular old printer was printing essays and evoking frustration, but printing just gained a whole new dimension. Say hello to the 3D printer. Essentially these printers work from a digital file and deposits a desired material, such as plastic, metal, or even st...

I’m Not Crying, I Swear; I Have Allergies

I’m Not Crying, I Swear; I Have Allergies

Aileen Lian, Guest Writer
June 7, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

Allergies suck. I’m sure anyone who spends the entirety of spring clawing at their eyes with a pack of tissues at hand can attest to that. Eye drops, incessant sniffling, bouncing from one allergy medication to the next without success or relief. It’s not exactly torture, no, but it is definitely tedi...

Giving a Second Thought to Lab Grown Meat

Giving a Second Thought to Lab Grown Meat

Anna Fossi
May 30, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

When most hear the term “lab grown meat”, or in vitro meat , their first thought tends to be that it sounds utterly repulsive, unnatural, and simply not “real meat.” However, this is not the case. Since meat is essentially just cells dividing and forming muscle fibers, how different is using ex...

Aren’t Glasses Supposed to Make You Look Smarter?

Aren’t Glasses Supposed to Make You Look Smarter?

Aileen Lian
May 30, 2013
Filed under Health & Technology

You love your phone, don’t you? It’s your best electronic friend - always in your pocket, by your bedside, or sitting in the palm of your hand. Society already exists in a state of near-constant connectivity; we are thumb-taps away from sprawling masses of data and information, all conveniently accessible...

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