By Ellie Chen Can’t sleep at night? Well, you’re not alone. Many students stay up extremely late to finish their work, and when they are finally done, they can’t seem to fall asleep. You can actually get better sleep because there are some nighttime gadgets that have been built to help people fall asleep. These … Continue reading The Solution to Sleep Deprivation: Nighttime Gadgets
By Brenna Chen According to a survey in 2010 conducted by Change the Equation, three out of ten Americans consider themselves bad at math. Over half of the 18 to 34-year-old bracket find themselves regularly saying they can’t do math. Many of my friends, in fact, constantly complain that they struggle much more than others in … Continue reading The Real Role of Intelligence
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By Riya Chatterjee Imagine being able to open locked doors without physically unlocking it with a key, but instead just with a swipe of your wrist. Technology is a major part of the modern person’s life, whether they are aware of it or not. Now, there is a new way to connect yourself to technology: … Continue reading Your Passwords May Be Stored in Your Sleeves: Smart Threads
By Jenny Chin Technology has recently found its way into everyone’s’ daily lives in the past decade, becoming ubiquitous in homes, malls, and various other areas. In hospitals, likewise, doctors and medical staff have partnered up with different types of technology in order to speed up the process of patient care with more precision. However, the … Continue reading The Rise of Technology in Hospitals
By Daria Syskine A Land Before Time Picture the San Francisco Bay Area before the first Spanish explorers. It would still be mostly recognizable, though coastline development would be replaced by expansive tidal marshes, and the golden hills rimming the valley would be green with native, drought-adapted bunchgrasses. What would really look different would be the animals. … Continue reading Facing a Crossroads: Tule elk in Point Reyes National Seashore Park