Reactance: When Protesting Can Do More Harm Than Good

By MIKAL MANN and KAITIE EDDINGTON August 2nd, 2018 “Productive protesting just requires a different approach: engagement with the other side. “ Although it may seem it started after Donald Trump was elected, protesting has always been an American institution…

Why You Should March for Science This Month

By VANSHIKA CHOWDHARY April 6th, 2018 “We need to make sure that science is not silenced – it is the driving force of human progress and innovation.” On April 22nd, 2017 (Earth Day), thousands of scientists and science advocates around…

Did You Know: Computer Programming Was a Woman’s Job

By Catelen Wu March 28, 2018 “Originally, developing software was not deemed as important as developing hardware, thus, it was a job that females were expected to want to do.” Ada Lovelace is regarded as the first computer programmer –…

#WCW: Margaret Hamilton, The Woman That Led Neil Armstrong to the Moon

By NICOL SHOUP HERRERA March 15, 2018 “Hamilton was an integral part of America’s mission to the moon–an endeavor that cost $24 billion dollars, and took 400,000 people to complete.” On November 22, 2016, President Obama awarded Margaret Hamilton the…

School is an Absolute Nightmare As an Autistic Person

By NATALIE March 9th, 2018 “School is an absolute nightmare as an autistic person with a speech impediment, bad hearing, bad eyesight, the attention span of a 5-year-old, and horrible memory.” “Natalie, you still gotta bring the sheet.” *silence* “NATALIE?”…

Straws: An Environmental Hazard

By Huda Ayaz March 8th, 2018 “According to NPS, Americans use 500 MILLION straws every day–and that’s just in America.” “I’d like a cheeseburger and french fries. Oh, and can I get Coke with that?” Upon receiving your order, grabbing a random seat, eating…

Posture vs Technology: The Battle and The Outcome

By Maria Constantin January 23, 2018 “More often than not, you and others will be sitting with your back naturally bent forward.” We know how staring at our screens affect our eyes negatively but our posture through our spine is…

Trying to Be White: A Social Epidemic

By ITTECA KHAN January 8, 2018 “The skin lightening business garners a monstrous TEN billion dollars a year by exploiting not only personal insecurities but also the global after effects of colonialism and white supremacy.” “With her curly black hair…

The Bandwagon Effect: Why You Don’t Control Your Life

By SARAH HAKIM January 7, 2018 “All it takes is one well made video from Buzzfeed or Insider to tell us what we should be obsessed with next.” It’s baffling that when a group of people takes an interest in…

What You Need to Know About the Growing Aerospace Industry!

By ANTON BUYNOVSKIY February 21, 2017 “Aerospace gives hope for the future, as the whole world works together towards the same space missions, understanding the vast universe that surrounds us.” Boeing Starliner Spacesuits Boeing recently publicly released their new Starliner…

Cigarettes Are Designed to Get You Addicted

By DHRUV SITAPARA December 1, 2017 “Moreover, nicotine is water soluble, meaning that companies could easily lower the amounts of nicotine in cigarettes, but they don’t. “ Cigarettes are purposefully designed to get people addicted. How are they designed to…

Colemak Vs. Qwerty: What Increases Your Typing Speed

By JAMES O’KEEFE December 27, 2018 “As such, Colemak remains a niche choice for tech enthusiasts such as myself. Despite taking 2 weeks of frustration to regain my muscle memory, I’m really happy with the results, as I can now…

Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, How Sustainable are Thy Branches?

By STEPHANIE MOY January 1, 2018 “However, with 78% of American households displaying Christmas trees each year, prohibiting the tradition is not realistic. Instead, environmentalists should focus on the carbon footprint of each tree, the number of years it will…

Happy New Years Eve…In Space

By ROBERT FROST December 31, 2017 “The crew live on GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), which means their new years day begins at the same time as for the people of Britain.  They will likely be long asleep when the crystal…

Is Killing Animals Equivalent to Manslaughter?

By SHANK WANG December 14, 2017 “This is precisely why I find many of PETA’s (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) antics completely devoid of sense. A good proportion of them believe in equal rights between animals and humans. While…

Five Cool Facts About Space | List-ideo | REV 21 Media |

By REV 21 STAFF December 9, 2017 READ: Read These Cool Facts About Outer Space Here are five mind blowing facts about space and the world beyond us that we know so little about!

Are We Becoming a Dystopian Science Fiction Book in Real Life?

By ANNALISE SCHULMAN November 10, 2017 “Remember those kooky dystopian science fiction books many of us enjoyed? We have been living them for a little while now, and most people don’t really understand that.” Remember those kooky dystopian science fiction…

You Can’t Actually Multitask

By NEHA KARIYANIYA November 9, 2017 “I know it’s popular to think that you are multi-tasking, but the research is clear that people actually can’t multi-task, with one specific exception.“ One thing at a time – For many years the…

Massive Dust Cloud in Space Made of Raspberry and Rum

By ANN LUST November 6, 2017 “This cloud is several million times the mass of our sun, 20-40 times denser than the typical molecular cloud, and is particularly fascinating to humankind because it is known to taste of raspberries and…

Forgotten Face: Artist Creates Self-Portraits as he Looses Memory to Alzheimers

By ABHAY KINI October 30, 2017 “Before his death in 2007, Utermohlen created a heart-wrenching final series of self-portraits over a roughly 5-year period documenting the gradual decay of his mind due to this crippling disease.“ In 1995, U.K.-based artist…