When Freshman Jeffery Luo thinks about sportswear, sneakers and soccer, he thinks about the brand with the three stripes— Adidas. Adidas has prevented more than 2,810 tons of plastic from harming our oceans in 2018. However, they are not alone, Adidas has teamed up with reputable environmental organization Parley for the Oceans to make use … Continue reading The Adidas Collaboration That is Saving Our Planet
When is animal research morally permissible? Answers may vary.
An underwater civilization of the future faces the environmental consequences of humankind’s actions The station is crowded, even for a Friday evening. Families mill around, children tiptoeing to press their faces against the portholes in the cement walls. A man taps a glossy shoe on the cool tile, impatiently waiting to retire for the week. … Continue reading Through The Opaque Water, We Speed
The science behind the role self-talk plays in the lives of students.
Identifying the truths and misconceptions behind the usage of consumerism to combat climate change Uncontrollable wildfires rage across the state of California. Storms, heat waves, and droughts increase in both frequency and intensity, wreaking havoc across the nation. One study predicts a 23% fall in average global income by the turn of the century. All … Continue reading Changing the Climate Through the Marketplace
An insight on the psychology of Zoom fatigue and its effects on MVHS students and teachers. From the first case of the Covid-19 infection in Wuhan, China in December 2019 to the global shutdown and world-wide quarantine enforcements in the following months, Covid-19 has changed our world and paved the way for a new, online, … Continue reading A Remote Lifestyle: The Psychology Behind Zoom Fatigue
Exploring the effects of the seagrass restoration project on mitigating the effects of climate change and potentially becoming a model for future projects, as well as the positives and negatives of globalization and its ties with global warming.
The science behind lucid dreaming and its positive impacts on metacognition and mental health
Investigating what makes horror movies so popular.
I was probably eating warmed up ramen noodles for the second time that day when I got the call. The call was from Ivone, a facility that had government funding and performed scientific studies, and produced groundbreaking technology for the government itself. If you had said the same to any random person they wouldn’t recognize it. When my engineering professor held me back after class and in hushed voices gave me a slip of paper with their contact information, I applied half as a joke. After sending in my resume and going in for a short-lived interview I never heard from them again.