Homo Naledi: Buried in a Cave?

A lone archaeologist climbs carefully through the inside of an enormous South African cave, the Rising Star Cave. He is in a section of the cave called the Dinaledi Chamber. Suddenly, he stops, grasping something hidden on the cave floor. As he lifts the object up to his comrades, the light flashes on it for a second, exposing a white… Read more →

Tailored to You

Tailored to You

We, those of Generation Z, have grown up surrounded by a plethora of technology. We expect to have searches delivered in a matter of seconds, we know what our friends are doing in the same moment they are doing them, and we will all have the strangest shoulder/finger/hand/neck/back/carpal tunnel problems because of our prolonged use of our technological devices. Social… Read more →

Zootopia - A Representation of the Real World

Zootopia – A Representation of the Real World

Zootopia, the latest animation from Walt Disney, teaches not only children, but also teens and adults, a lesson about stereotyping. On the surface, the movie looks like a typical children’s cartoon, filled with color and silly jokes. Like any other Disney film, the protagonist faces obstacles, but overcomes them through determination and friendship. However, if one pays close attention, one… Read more →

The Downfall of SpoonRocket

The Downfall of SpoonRocket

The thriving industry of on-demand food delivery watched as one of its biggest companies, SpoonRocket, went out of business on March 15th, after years of intense competition with its rival, Sprig, in California. The industry of on-demand food has been growing. Martin Mignot says that, “almost every week has brought fresh news of large-scale funding announcements for existing players, or… Read more →