By Mritika Senthil

The correlation between intelligence and exposure to classical music is not new. For decades, such repertoire has been instituted in study sessions and workplaces. Zell Miller, governor of Georgia, garnered attention in 1998 for sectioning state funds to distribute classical CDs to newborn children. The motivation for…

By Armaan Singh

It’s a common desire to live a long life. Up until very recently, death has often come unpredictably and inexplicably early. However, as medicine and humanity evolved, we have developed a firm but developing idea of how aging and death occurs. Some have settled on the idea…

By Andrew Gao

A Mystery in Our Genes

Many people think of the human genome as being an elegant, efficient entity, carefully refined throughout the years by the guiding hand of evolution. The reality is far from this. In fact, scientists estimate that around 98.5 percent of the billions of…

By Nathan Robinson

For many, it can be somewhat fatiguing to listen to a lecture while constantly jotting down important information. Note-taking itself can seem like an unnecessary chore because the instructor can virtually share material and/or notes on the topic. There are also other methods that can be used…

By Anagha Rao

Imagine coming home after a long day and turning on an episode of your favorite TV show. You check the time a bit later, and you realize that 3 hours have flown by. You keep telling yourself that you’ll watch just one more episode and go to…

By: Anna Kiesewetter

For many of us, a chart of shrinking alphabet letters-known as the Snellen chart — is an all-too-familiar sight. When we see these charts, we line up in front of them and alternate between covering our left and right eyes, trying to determine the smallest set of…

By Jeet Parikh

This year, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the world in unprecedented ways. 195 million people have lost their jobs worldwide. Major industries around the globe have collapsed. 1.13 million people have lost their lives, many without a loved one by their side. No one wants to repeat…

By: Mansi Arora

What is stress? Stress is a body’s response to when you are feeling nervous, scared, or sad. Anyone who has experienced stress is able to express oneself through his or her body and thoughts. …

By Anagha Rao

Distance learning has had a profound impact on everyone’s learning methods, including adaptations to video lectures instead of face-to-face interaction, taking online notes instead of writing on paper, and reading materials online rather than manually turning the pages of an old-fashioned book. However, is reading an e-book…

By: Anurag Jakkula

Climate change has caused glaciers to shrink, animal migrations to shift, trees to flower sooner, and ecosystems to diminish. The fact is, climate change has been the result of our technology, and now it is up to our technology to handle it. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is…

Adam Jameel

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