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Remembering Stephen Hawking

Remembering Stephen Hawking

April 9, 2018

Stephen Hawking, theoretical physicist and one of the ‘rock stars’ of the science world, passed away March 14, 2018, leaving behind a robust legacy...

You Are Going To Die

You Are Going To Die

March 28, 2018

Peaceful. It’s the best word to describe a room bedecked in muted color, pops of understated vibrancy and furnished with soft-cushioned chairs, a...

Phat Foods

Phat Foods

Dylan Boxer, Reporter

March 5, 2018

Filed under Health/Science

Fatty food. The phrase itself denotes a stigma of unhealthy drive-thru dinners and guilt-ridden indulgences. Our surroundings have led us to believe that...

Healthy Food, Balanced Budget

Healthy Food, Balanced Budget

Rachel Lorenz, Editor

February 26, 2018

Filed under Health/Science

“‘Plan it out’ is what I learned,” said Jessi Colmenero at the conclusion of the Good4U Food on a Budget workshop. The free nutritional presentati...

Looking To The Sky At The Super Blue Blood Moon

Looking To The Sky At The Super Blue Blood Moon

February 1, 2018

Ever take a moment to step outside and stare at the moon? Its beauty is mysterious. It can effect the patterns of the ocean tides. On Jan. 31, 2018, the ra...

Let’s Talk About Tide Pods

Let’s Talk About Tide Pods

January 27, 2018

Okay, everyone, let’s talk about Tide Pods. I never thought I’d have to say this, but the multi-colored laundry detergent pouches are not meant for...

Through the Lens

Through the Lens

January 24, 2018

Bill Spialek, emergency medical service faculty member, and Danielle Staples, associate dean of health, mathematics and sciences, welcome students with...

Fast Food Calls, Your Freezer Answers

Fast Food Calls, Your Freezer Answers

Rachel Lorenz, Food and Sustainability Reporter

December 8, 2017

Filed under Food, Health/Science

It’s cold. It’s dark. Your neglected stomach grumbles as you drive towards home. Suddenly, the warm glow of a fast food sign beckons you to pull...

Dates: Nature’s Power Snack

Dates: Nature’s Power Snack

November 22, 2017

For some people, the small, oblong-shaped drupe, with the wrinkly brown skin, may not be the most attractive looking snack. Reminiscent of an oversized ...