Possibility of changing modern medicine; Bluetooth controlled pill technology introduced

ANNA FITZHUGH, Business Manager

January 24, 2019

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Many people know of the Beats Wireless Pill, a bluetooth speaker. The wireless pill researchers recently developed may not play music at intense decibels;  instead, the ingestible capsule is used to sense environmental changes ...

Sleeping patterns overtake mind; How to maintain healthy cycles

ALEAH BIKLE, Reporter

January 24, 2019

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Whether it’s because you have to stay up for a project, are distracted by technology, or simply due to not being able to close your eyes and fall asleep, these factors may be contributing to some sleeping patterns that could po...

Coughing into college; College Health Concerns

Tori Gay, Reporter

January 24, 2019

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College comes with a lot of new things: New you, new school, new people, and new illnesses. According to College freshman Molly Zardus, “it is so easy to get sick in college, everyone is in close living corders all sharing the ...

Winter myths

Winter myths

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Reasons to get flu shot

Reasons to get flu shot

November 27, 2018

American industry, advanced technology, additive manufacturing featured in new plant

HAILEY DEARES, SSC Editor

November 27, 2018

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HAILEY DEARES SSC Editor     In July, plans for a state of the art 3D printing and manufacturing lab were announced by the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS). The industrial additive lab will be in th...

Science fiction becomes reality; 3-D printing uses expand

Anna Fitzhugh, Business Manager

November 1, 2018

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Thirty years ago, when the movie Transformer was released, alien robots self generating damaged limbs, skulls, and brains was considered science fiction. Generating customized limbs and brains is now a reality, not only for al...

Halloween horros; What fear does to the body

Ellie Evans, Assistant News Editor

November 1, 2018

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Walking home on a spooky October night, the sound of footsteps can be too close for comfort. Hearing a bone-shivering scream and a chainsaw quickly approaching, can leave you trembling.  Why? According to research done by...

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