Discover the truth behind one of the first major UFO crashes in the history of the world… and the organization behind it.
A sponsored message from CrystalClear: Hello America! It’s a hot day outside so make sure to grab a bottle of CrystalClear water! Water that YOU can TRUST! By Avani Durve and Aishwarya Manoj Some hazy light filters through the open curtains. The alarm blares and Henry rolls out of bed. He walks over to his … Continue reading Lack of Correlation
The effects of eating disorders and the power of self-love. By: Divya Venkataraman
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
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.
The dangers of social media addiction. Swipe. A girl cuts open the packaging to her brand new phone. Click. She powers it on. Tap, tap. Logging on to the boundless expanse of the internet... Meanwhile, her brain facilitates all her bodily functions and thought, serving as a never-resting machine. Chemical messengers, hormones and neurotransmitters, deliver … Continue reading Zero followers
How the cycles of life continue past human life. The Earth had become green and yellow, the sulfur blanketing the planet as a thick and gaseous force of nature. It would once become blue and green again, after millions of years, and the bacteria would return. But for now, it was green and yellow. Of … Continue reading As The Pressure Builds, The Cycle Continues
By Fiona Luo Swab, swab, swab. The swabbers swarmed her, and everywhere there were test tubes, cotton balls, needles and so many hands, which swabbed the inside of her cheek, which forced the screeching jaws open and tore off handfuls of those glossy red locks, that tore off nails and skin and hair — anything … Continue reading Swab: A Struggle with Genetic Discrimination