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Microsoft and Earth

Microsoft and  Earth

Charlene Morentin, Feature Editor

March 12, 2018


Filed under Innovation

If you—like many teenagers—live with your parents, you've probably heard them say, “Clean up your room” or “Help clean up the house.” They say this because either they have guests coming over or they just don’t want to live in the mess. The earth’s ecosystem is fragile and right ...

New development for Alzheimer’s

Priscila Manzo, Editor in chief

February 6, 2018


Filed under Innovation

We all get sick at one point, whether we want to or not. And as people get older, they become more susceptible to diseases because their immune system is not as active as it once was. One more common diseases associated with older people is Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease is a “progressive di...

Innovating 2017

Innovating 2017

Andrew Barron, Entertainment Editor

December 13, 2017


Filed under Innovation

A number of breakthroughs in science and technology are drawing interest, including the use of artificial intelligence medicines to increase the wellbeing of the people, self-sufficient everyday vehicles and programming for casual use.  Despite some concerns, these new advancements continue to affect...

Poliovirus treating brain cancer

Poliovirus treating brain cancer

Charlene Morentin, Feature Editor

November 16, 2017


Filed under Innovation

In early 1800s, America’s mass doubled with the land from the Louisiana Purchase; the 1800s also saw the outlawing of slavery after the Civil War; toward the end of century, man’s idea changed how physicians practiced medicine. While working at New York Cancer Hospital, William Coley lost on...

Getting a head

Getting a head

Amanda Figueroa, Copy Editor

October 18, 2017


Filed under Innovation

Medical science is going further than it has ever gone before. Dr. Sergio Canavero, an Italian neurosurgeon, planned to perform the first human head transplant in December 2017. The procedure was to be performed on Russian patient Valery Spiridonov to treat his Werdnig-Hoffman’s disease, a debilitating...

A New Taste for Apple

A New Taste for Apple

Charlene Morentin, Feature Editor

October 2, 2017


Filed under Innovation

The newest update on Apple products was introduced to the public on Sept. 12. This update not only consists of internal and external changes on the famous iPhone design, but also an update in the highly praised operating system, iOS. iOS 11 reveals a whole new multitasking function for the iPhone....

A new frontier

A new frontier

Priscila Manzo, Editor in chief

September 18, 2017


Filed under Innovation

Everyday technology is getting better and better, making life easier and the future seem brighter. Communication is something that has advanced greatly since the introduction of the telegraph and the development of landlines, satellite communications and cellphones--but recently there has been a new...

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