Debunking the conspiracy theory of SARS-Cov-2 being a bioweapon and discussing its xenophobic consequences.
Bill has had a small chip in his brain for as long as he can remember. Her name is Jeanette, his friend, his only friend. The only person he has ever needed. Her presence is his constant. She is a part of him, to an extent that even he doesn’t understand. By Arnav Rathee The … Continue reading Thank You, Jeanette
When is animal research morally permissible? Answers may vary.
(Article by Surya Konkimalla. Illustration by Carolyn Duan) Time: 10:30 PM. The blue and gray chat bubbles of Facebook pop up repeatedly on your phone. Your fingers flitter about the phone’s keyboard, pressing “enter” every few seconds. The “ding” sounds are nonstop. Time: 11:00 PM. Your friend continues to send messages and your urge to … Continue reading Powering Down: How “Blue Light” from Devices Affects Your Sleep