Nvidia GeForce Now Launches

Andrew Gu ‘23

March 3, 2020

Nvidia, a company known for making graphics cards for computers, is now releasing a service that has been in a beta-testing phase since 2017.    Nvidia’s Geforce Now is a cloud gaming service. Cloud gaming lets users play vi...

One Long Trek for Womankind

Varsha Bhargava ‘23

March 3, 2020

328 days floating around the atmosphere in a large metal capsule—literally—in little to no gravity. 328 days to take in the rare, wondrous views of the universe, views that so few get to see with their own eyes. 328 days o...

Coronavirus Catch

Yejin Lee ‘23

February 9, 2020

In the last few weeks, a novel coronavirus has broken out and spread out of control. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses; the symptoms that any given virus in the family can cause range from the common cold to ailment...

5G: The Long-Term Evolution of Cellular Broadband

Andrew Gu '23

February 9, 2020

4G was the technology hot topic of 2009, the newly minted fourth generation of broadband cellular network technology and 500 times faster than its predecessor, 3G, to boot. Now, a similar shift is occurring, as 5G begins to r...

New Study Claims It’s Snowing—4,000 miles under the Earth

Samantha Liu '22

January 31, 2020

Since the beginnings of modern geology, science has accepted that the earth's core is hot. Under immense pressure. Volcanic. But now, researchers claim that the earth's inner core could be in a perpetual, bizarre winter wonde...

Microsoft’s Security Flaw

Andrew Gu ‘23

January 31, 2020

On January 14, the National Security Agency (NSA) alerted Microsoft of a major flaw in its Windows 10 operating system which could let hackers pose serious threats to users, such as security breaches, surveillance, and disruption. ...

The New Innovations of 2020’s Consumer Electronics Show

Christian Muisener '23

January 31, 2020

From Tuesday, January 7th, to Friday, January 10th, the Consumer Electronics Show, in which tech companies unveiled new and exciting products for their consumers, was held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.   The CES is...

Australia is on fire, and it only seems to be heating up

Bryan Liu ‘22

January 31, 2020

Every year, Australia is ravaged by wildfires throughout. But for this year in particular, the fires seem to be significantly stronger than previous blazes.   Since late July of 2019, wildfires have been spreading all acros...

CRISPR Technology: Terrific or Terrifying?

Dhristi Raval ‘20

January 3, 2020

In recent years, a dilemma has taken over the world: is utilizing CRISPR technology to edit genomes morally justified? CRISPR stands for “clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats.” In organisms such as archaea an...

Technology Is Everywhere – Now Healthcare Can Be Too

Diya Jain ‘23

January 3, 2020

Society today has become so heavily dependent on technology that we cease to even recognize its presence anymore. Not only has it allowed for daily tasks to be completed with ease, it is also a foundational tenet around which...

A Blessing in Disguise

Bryan Liu ‘22

December 4, 2019

Type 1 diabetes has been a worldwide major health concern for decades. Currently there is no established cure for the condition, but management strategies have been, for the most part, sufficient in dealing with the disease.  ...

It’s No Longer a Constellation of Stars—Now It’s Satellites

Yuying Wang ‘23

December 4, 2019

For Elon Musk, it all started with a dream—a dream to build a constellation of thousands of satellites in space, providing high speed internet access to the world’s entire population. On November 11, 2019, that dream became a r...

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