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AI, AR, VR, and Smart Fabrics

AI, AR, VR, and Smart Fabrics

Krista K., Reporter

December 12, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

The future of getting dressed and shopping has been discovered using Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Smart Fabrics. Many companies have been using AI, AR, VR, and smart fabrics to help people to make simple, everyday decisions.  Artificial intelligence helps people decid...

The Most Deadly Storms of All Time

The Most Deadly Storms of All Time

Bianca Z., Reporter

December 11, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Every year there is usually a deadly storm that will hit at any time. The damage of all these storms cost millions to billions of dollars of repairs. One of the deadliest storms is Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). The storm killed almost 6,000 people. It was one of the most powerful typhoons on record.. It hit the...

3 Most Expensive Airplanes

3 Most Expensive Airplanes

Tanay S., Reporter

December 11, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

There are many different airplanes and aircrafts created around the world. Some airplanes are made for travel while other airplanes are made for military and safety purposes. Out of all the aircrafts ever built these 3 cost the most and are customized by some of the richest people in the entire world. ...

Tesla Semitruck

Tesla Semitruck

Jayden M., Editor - Features

December 11, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology, Showcase

On November 16, electric car company Tesla unveiled its new semi truck. The event started with Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, arriving on the stage in the much-anticipated truck. After climbing out, he commented on the truck, saying, “It blows my mind, I hope it’ll blow yours.” The Tesla Semi can...

Carbon ‘Vacuum Cleaners’ Impacting the World

Carbon ‘Vacuum Cleaners’ Impacting the World

Nathan C., Co-Editor - Food and Travel

November 29, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology, Showcase

Earth is a constantly changing place. Many of these changes have had enormously positive impacts, like the advancement of technology, the discovery of cures for an array of illnesses and the growth of many economies worldwide. However, some changes have had detrimental effects on the world, with the ...

A Chemical in Crime Scenes Could be Used to Cure Malaria

A Chemical in Crime Scenes Could be Used to Cure Malaria

Lance Y., Assistant Editor - Campus Life

November 29, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Recently, a new discovery has been found. The chemical compound known as, Luminol, is used in crime scenes that could actually be used to cure malaria. This substance is said to emit a large dose of antimalarial drug when combined with other specific substances, which is able to kill the parasite in...

Amazon – How It Started

Amazon – How It Started

Aaron K., Reporter

November 29, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

All big companies start somewhere, and Amazon happened to have an interesting start. Before it became the billion dollar company it is today, it started in the house of Jeff Bezos, the creator of Amazon. Through hardworking employees and a loophole, Amazon managed to be the company it is today. It ...

Power Vision Power Ray Underwater Drone

Power Vision Power Ray Underwater Drone

Nick G., Reporter

November 29, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

A power vision power ray underwater drone is meant for fishing and filmmaking. It has so many amazing features that will help catch the best fish because it has a camera that is better than the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The PowerVision people can also give a pair of goggles that are like virtual reality b...

Science behind F1 Cars

Science behind F1 Cars

Kevin R., Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Formula 1 cars are very sophisticated machines. They have many parts and each part has a specific purpose. There are 12 main parts of an F1 car, which contains the engine, rear wing, front wing, tires, engine intake, bargeboard, transmission, steering wheel, chassis, brake cooling intake, disc brake, and...

What Music Can Do For You

What Music Can Do For You

Faith Q., Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

People enjoy music any many different ways, but it benefits everyone more than they think. The science behind music is truly fascinating, as scientists have been studying this topic for years now. It has been a proven fact that music is in fact good for the body and can improve someone as an individua...

The Vulnerabilities of Voice Recognition

The Vulnerabilities of Voice Recognition

Colin M., Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

A surprising amount of electronics today use voice recognition software. Companies such as Amazon and Google have even made devices that can control a house with the power of voice recognition. But how does it work? Voice recognition software may be simple to use, but it's not as simple on the insid...

Is the Rise of Technology Harmful for Future Generations?

Is the Rise of Technology Harmful for Future Generations?

Charis P., Editor - Food and Travel

November 8, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Over the years, technology has evolved drastically. Now, it plays a prominent role in modern society and most people can’t go a day without it. The news constantly talks about technology in some type of form, whether it is good or bad. Usually, these stories focus on teenagers since they are the on...

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