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Evolution Accelerated

December 2, 2016

A Look at Grade Inflation

Amélie Lemay, Staff Writer

November 29, 2016

As many seniors submit their college applications, questions about grade inflation arise. What is it, and does everyone agree it’s bad? Let’s begin with what grade inflation is. Grade inflation is usually defined as th...

Fred Matamoros (The Orange County Register/MCT)

The Science Behind Fall

November 18, 2016

The $85.4 Billion Deal: AT&T Buys Time Warner

Michelle Qin, Science and Technology Editor

November 10, 2016

Perhaps you’ve heard some snippets in the news over these past few weeks about a “big” deal between AT&T and Time Warner, but you’re probably still wondering what all that business and technology jargon really me...

Face Value: How Candidates Look Affects How You Vote

Ali Zamsky, Science & Tech Editor

April 15, 2016

The 26th Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees that when you turn 18, you have the right to vote. But even before that shift from adolescence to 18-year-old adulthood, you have likely had the ability to vote ...

Freaky Flows in Familiar Fluids

Eric Frank, Staff Writer

April 5, 2016

What do quicksand, ketchup, and oobleck all have in common? The answer: they are all non-Newtonian fluids. While this may sound like a foreign material that should have no place in everyday life, non-newtonian fluids are all around...

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