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What Exercising Can Do for You

What Exercising Can Do for You

Emmy L, Reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Many will agree that exercising is one of the essential things in order to stay fit and they have good reasons on why to believe so. The Department of Health and Human Services recommends adults from 18 to 64 years of age to work out moderately for two hours and thirty minutes or to vigorously exerci...

Are Ultra High Cosmic Energy Rays Dangerous?

Are Ultra High Cosmic Energy Rays Dangerous?

Tanay S., Reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Over 400 scientists from 18 different countries are working at Pierre Auger Collaboration to solve the mysteries of these ultra-high cosmic energy rays. Scientists built Auger to find out why and how these rays are coming to Earth. These rays contain some very rare ultra-energetic atomic nuclei (the positively c...

The New IPhone X

The New IPhone X

Arjun P., Reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

The newest addition to apple.com is the iPhone X. It was Apple’s dream to create a phone that was all screen. With the iPhone X, this dream is becoming a reality.  The iPhone X will be released on November 2nd, 2017. The screen is so immersive that the device disappears into the experience. Two of the...

A Car For Each Day of The Week

A Car For Each Day of The Week

Sean J., Reporter

July 18, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Cars. When people see a person with a sleek car, what do they usually think of them? Probably, “You’re so cool,” or “Wow! When did you get that?” But what car would get that kind of reaction? Stylish, expensive, out-of-this-world comfort, and the newest in auto technology, are what...

Next-Level Video Game Technology

Next-Level Video Game Technology

Naomi H., Assistant Editor

July 14, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

From 1972 game Pong, to the new Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, video games are constantly improving. A decade ago, Dance Dance Revolution was considered one of the most advanced games. Today, upcoming video games will take everything to the next level. Breathtaking visuals and unique gaming schemes will...

Cryogenic Freezing

Cryogenic Freezing

Brian B., Reporter

June 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

In our world of current science, a question that is being thought of by scientists is if us humans should attempt to preserve our bodies and minds for the future. One of the practices that is in hope of preserving a body for the future has already started to be used, and it is called cryogenic freezing...

Huge New Update from Microsoft and New Devices

Huge New Update from Microsoft and New Devices

Young K., Editor

June 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Recently, Microsoft released multiple announcements on upcoming updates and innovational gadgets. The new update brings multiple add ons such as being able to access work from other devices such as a phone or tablet. Now people don’t have to worry about going home to finish their work. In addition,...

This tech could save millions of piglets from accidentally being crushed

This tech could save millions of piglets from accidentally being crushed

Victoria L., Reporter

June 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

During the course of the first three days of a piglet’s life, it’s greatest threat is it’s own mother. According to Sherrie Webb, director of animal welfare with the National Pork Board, 6 million newborn piglets are flattened by their mother annually. This is equivalent to 5% of all piglets in the wor...

Radio Signal Traced from Dwarf Galaxy?!

Radio Signal Traced from Dwarf Galaxy?!

Daisy K., Editor

June 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Space has always fascinated humankind. Every day that passes by, scientists are finding out more and more about our world, and discovering many clues that are starting to complete the puzzle of the universe. A decade ago, they had picked up on a mysterious radio signal that came from an unknown location....

The Internet

The Internet

Kyle W., Assistant Editor

June 7, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

The Internet has changed our life upside down. It has changed communications, to the extent that it is now our preferred use of communication. In almost everything we do, we use the Internet. For instance, watching a important video, ordering a pizza, buying a phone, or even sharing a picture with a f...

Oldest Human Known To Man Found?

Oldest Human Known To Man Found?

Christopher Y., Reporter

June 7, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

    Many scientists believe that the oldest member in the line of human evolution was found in Africa, but the first known species of early humans were found in Europe. KMS student, Ethan C. claims that, ”I really like dinosaurs and I'm interested in our ancestors and who they are....

Nintendo 2DS XL

Nintendo 2DS XL

Julius K., Reporter

May 23, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Many want the new 3DS XL, with its glasses-free 3D (a feature that allows the gamer to play games in 3D without the use of specialized glasses) function, new buttons (that allows one to play certain games in a different way), and its exclusive line of games that are enhanced. But some people just don’t wa...

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