The Dyson Sphere

The Dyson Sphere

Zane Khogyani, Columnist June 9, 2021

This megastructure, the Dyson Sphere, is only theorized, but it could be signs of other possible lifeforms and lead to advancements unimaginable. Physicist and mathematician Freeman Dyson theorized...

H10N3 Bird Flu

H10N3 Bird Flu

Connor Davis, Columnist June 9, 2021

COVID is starting to settle down, but is a new virus stepping up to take its place? Recently, the number of COVID-19 cases have decreased thanks to the vaccine and other safety measures being taken...

One example of the poorly edited images.

Censored Memories

Brandon Dosen, Columnist May 28, 2021

In Florida’s St. Johns County, at the school Bartram Trail High School, there was an outcry for change after student photos were edited. What the students noticed was that photos of the girls in the...

“With a body size of just 0.53 inches (13.5 mm), this nano-chameleon (Brookesia nana) is the smallest known male of the roughly 11,500 known reptile species.

Mind-Blowing Facts That You Will Never Believe

Julia Tucker, Columnist May 17, 2021

Here are some fun, weird facts in case you’re bored: Scotland has 421 words for snow or relating to snow. Some include feefle, fyole, glaister, strinklin, snaw-broo, glush, and blin-drift (BBC). ...

The Earth has several odd conspiracies surrounding it.

The Geographical Conspiracy

Brandon Dosen, Columnist April 30, 2021

Everyone has heard of it. The Earth is flat, and don’t even get me started on Australia. The world nowadays is full of fake news. You never know who you can trust. People see things on their social media...

Earth Day Then and Now

Earth Day Then and Now

Adam Khogyani, Columnist April 27, 2021

Anti-Homeless Architecture

Anti-Homeless Architecture

Brandon Dosen, Columnist April 26, 2021

The study of history has a long history itself.

The History of History

Noah Thompson, Columnist April 23, 2021

Around 2900 BCE, almost 5,000 years ago, people in ancient Mesopotamia were the first to start recording events. While some people believe that it could have started a little earlier with the ancient Egyptians,...

Idioms like its raining cats and dogs and spill the beans have distant origins.

Curiosity Killed the Cat: Common Sayings and Where They Came From

Rebecca Harris, Columnist April 22, 2021

Many people know sayings like “it ain’t over ‘till the fat lady sings” or “bite the bullet.” What a lot of people don’t know is how they originated. While many of these sayings have been...

Timeline of Prince Philips Life

Timeline of Prince Philip’s Life

Jolie Flack, Graphics Designer April 20, 2021

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