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Mexican water crisis worsens with climate change

Luis Britez Staff Writer The fluctuation of warm and cold temperatures may seem to be a minor inconvenience for many at most, but for the citizens of Mexico City, the…

Dating habits remain unchanged, study suggests

Elizabeth Harasym Science & Tech Editor The dating application Tinder has skyrocketed in popularity amongst the younger generation often labeled “millennials.” The premise of the app consists of either swiping…

Bumblebees: Smarter than you think

Madeline Pfeifer Staff Writer It has become apparent that tiny brains do not necessarily equate to limited learning capabilities. Although bumblebees’ brains may be small, they are evidently more powerful…

Two-hour marathon becomes feasible

Cody Sacks Staff Writer A two-hour marathon has been in the minds of elite distance runners since the American running boom of the 1970’s but only recently has that dream…

Homeopathic treatments prove harmful

Alex haber Staff Writer Homeopathic drugs offer alternative ways to treat a variety of ailments through the use of natural compounds rather than lab-produced drugs, but the lack of regulation…

Seven new planets discovered

Anne Kennedy Staff Writer A group of scientists from around the world recently announced the discovery of seven earth-sized planets orbiting around a relatively nearby star. TRAPPIST-1A is an ultra-cool…

Friendship: proven key to success

Luiz Britez Staff Writer Take the time to appreciate and strengthen the close friendships you have with people, because this may be helping you out more than you think. According…

CRISPR technology ownership decided

Cody Sacks Staff Writer The CRISPR patent case that was being investigated since 2013 was finally decided on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) decided…

New malaria vaccine offers hope in preventing deadly disease

Alex Haber Staff Writer One of the greatest achievements in modern medicine has been the implementation of a variety of vaccines that have helped to save millions of children across…

Cell waste-removal defects explain Neurodegenerative diseases

Madeline Pfeifer Staff Writer Neurons, specialized cells of the nervous system, are generally capable of partaking in a sort of cellular waste-disposal system. In this process, the cell is organized…

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