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Stephen Wilhite, the Creator of GIF, has Died

Stephen Wilhite, the Creator of GIF, has Died

Cesar F., Reporter May 24, 2022

    Despite the fact that GIFS have been around for quite a while, it's easy to say that they’re like emojis. Both share sentiments through messages but are more sensitive than emojis since they have...

Amazon Go Stores

Amazon Go Stores

Nisha A., Editor May 24, 2022

    Amazon Go stores are convenience stores located in the U.S. and the U.K. and controlled completely online. These stores are entirely cashier-less, with customers able to walk in, grab what they need,...

Lexus’ EV Lineup

Lexus’ EV Lineup

Nicholas T., Reporter May 24, 2022

    “Out with the old, and in with the new” is an idiom almost everyone has heard. With internal combustion, engines were quickly phased out by electric motors. This idiom seems to resemble the current...

Apple AirTag: Where Did it go Wrong?

Apple AirTag: Where Did it go Wrong?

Jameson X., Reporter May 24, 2022

    Back in April of 2021, Apple unveiled their latest product, a small disk product made to track items so you can easily keep track of them. Despite the brilliant concept, it quickly went wrong, and...

Tesla Cyber Truck

Tesla Cyber Truck

Aron B., Reporter May 23, 2022

    Tesla, a car company established on July 1, 2003, has gained recent fame for their cars that have amazing software, such as autopilot. Their new car, the Cybertruck, contains all-new features, such...

Italian Chemists Bake a Scientifically Perfect Yeast-Free Pizza

Italian Chemists Bake a Scientifically Perfect Yeast-Free Pizza

Julia W., Editor May 23, 2022

    When one hears the word “pizza,” the favorite Italian-originated dish immediately comes to mind. A person might have visions of steaming cheese, savory sauce, and a plethora of toppings on a...

The Scientific Reason NASA Sanitizes Spacecrafts Before Going to Mars

The Scientific Reason NASA Sanitizes Spacecrafts Before Going to Mars

Donald D., Reporter May 23, 2022

    NASA has been known for its breakthroughs in space exploration, such as launching the first humans to the Moon or sending rovers to Mars. But, these difficult tasks do not come without hard work...

The Ship Endurance Found After 107 Years

The Ship Endurance Found After 107 Years

Christopher S. , Reporter May 11, 2022

The ship Shackleton’s Endurance was built in 1912 to embark on an expedition to be the first to cross Antarctica. However, this expedition failed once when his ship, the Endurance, got trapped in a dense...

Leaded Gas Shrank IQ of Half of Americans.

Leaded Gas Shrank IQ of Half of Americans.

Isabelle P., Reporter May 11, 2022

   Lead; A neurotoxin, or destructive chemical toxic to humans and animals. It can be found in many areas, whether the soil, water, or air. Having the ability to destroy brain cells and be linked to...

Bubble Pops After One Year

Bubble Pops After One Year

Isabelle P., Reporter April 22, 2022

    Blowing soap bubbles is a fun and entertaining way to waste anyone’s time. The charm of their nature, the way they bounce and float about in the air, and their fragile manner are how others are...

How Venus Fly Trap Plants Snap Shut

How Venus Fly Trap Plants Snap Shut

Amy S., Reporter April 22, 2022

With its mouth-like leaves and ensnaring “teeth,” the carnivorous Venus Flytrap seems to be pulled out of a science fiction movie. Its almost predatory, bug-eating behavior draws interest from scientists...

Seaweed: The Possible Solution to the World’s Plastic Crisis

Seaweed: The Possible Solution to the World’s Plastic Crisis

Noelle W., Editor March 29, 2022

The world’s plastic crisis continues to present itself in everyday life, even affecting us all on a global scale. Since 1950, 300 billion tonnes of plastic have been produced on our planet each year,...

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