“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss The wise, and much beloved, Dr. Seuss taught many of us the pleasures of reading. Just open a book and you are transported to a different,Continue Reading

The indie game known as Sally Face has grown in the past few years, specifically since 2015. The creator goes by “portablemoose,” also known as Steve Gabry. An indie game is a game that is made independently by a developer. The games normally have no publisher financial support and relyContinue Reading

While the internet’s enormous responsibility for energy consumption and carbon emission constantly grows, the German startup Ecosia is trying to remove CO2 from the atmosphere.   According to studies, the internet is responsible for 20% of all energy consumption and 5.5% of the CO2 that is emitted. While some companiesContinue Reading

Mexican Drug Lord, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, requested a new trial on Friday after New York Juror admitted to breaking rules.   On February 20th, 2019, VICE News reported that one of the jurors, who wished to stay anonymous, spoke about being a part of this news breaking case. HeContinue Reading

Most people will probably say they’ve never heard of the band name Bon Iver (and are almost guaranteed to mispronounce it at first glance), however, it is more than likely that you’ve heard their music through either movie soundtracks, radio, or the dozens of collaborations they’ve been apart of. BonContinue Reading

We live in the Age of Social Media, where everything you do can be captured, viewed, and replayed in any given moment. According to The Statistics Portal, Adolescents under 17 made up: 45.6 million Snapchat users, 18.7 million Instagram users, and 4.5 million Facebook users. On all of these majorsContinue Reading

The first time I heard the word “cancer” I was about six or seven years old, attentively listening to my mother as she explained my grandfather’s diagnosis. It was lung cancer. He died a little over a year later. The next time the word “cancer” came into my life wasContinue Reading

Every New Year’s Day, the Rose Bowl Parade captivates not just the nation—but the world. Known for its floats completely covered in organic materials, this parade helps in kicking in the New Year, with about 700,000 people physically attending to spectate and millions of viewers worldwide watching as the bands,Continue Reading

As society evolves, so does technology. Wall phones turn into cell phones, desktop computers turn into laptops, glasses turn into contacts, TV turns into Netflix, and books turn into eReaders. We replace the old with the new and embrace the new technology that is presented to us because we thinkContinue Reading