By Suhana Kumar Whether you love it, hate it, are good, bad, or just like to listen to it, singing has had an impact on lives, communities, and cultures. But unfortunately, there are some people in this world for whom singing is not their “cup of tea.” So for you music lovers that always wonder, “Why … Continue reading The Real Culprit Behind Off-Tune Singing
By Justin Chen Thanksgiving is coming up soon, and instead of finding a recipe online or in a cooking magazine, I decided to ask a computer program named Chef Watson, an entity that does not even have the ability to taste or smell food, for recipes. On the web app, I inputted the the meal type … Continue reading So Close, Yet So Far: The Development of AI Technology
Recent Chipotle E.coli outbreaks spark discussion about food safety, health risks
By Bhavna Sud The brown plants of the MVHS Sprouts garden, once a bright green, droop dejectedly, having been exposed to the sun for one too many days. These plants crave the refreshing taste of rain, as do the residents of the school they reside on. The MV Sprouts garden near the D-building (photo: Bhavna … Continue reading El Niño: The Disaster We Pray For?