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2020 Nobel Prize Winners in Science

Amber Luo, Staff Writer

October 21, 2020

During the first week of October, the 2020 Nobel Prize Winners in Science were announced. The winners specialized in several scientific fields, including physics, chemistry, physiology and medicine. A total of 8 scientists in t...

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April 10, 2020

Bloomberg and the Climate: Care and Controversy

Steven Orland, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

Of the controversial topics that surround the political scene of America, one resonates with presidential candidates across the nation. It’s most prominent in campaigns, debates, media, and has a divided following. As Democra...

Water in Long Island: safe or dangerous?

Jessica Guo, Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

 Long Island has come under fire after a “review of detections of substances” by the New York Public Interest Research Group revealed that the drinking water on Long Island has the most contaminants of any region in the state.  ...

HIV cure: present possibility or still decades away?

Jessica Guo, Staff Writer

October 26, 2019

There have been many advances in the treatment of HIV, leaving the question, how close are we to a cure? Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that attacks one’s CD4 cells, a type of white blood cells that moves...

Legal Maximum for Monthly Insulin Cost Made Law in Colorado

Neil Mehta, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

In Colorado, a new and groundbreaking law protects insulin users from drastically increasing costs that have restricted access to the life-sustaining drug. On Wednesday, Governor Jared Polis signed in a new state law that limits ...

First Image Of The Black Hole

Julia Virnelli, Staff Writer

May 11, 2019

On Wednesday, April 10th 2019, the first black hole picture was finally revealed. This was a monumental step for the world of science. The Event Horizon Telescope is the international team of scientists who created this ima...

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