On Monday, Jan. 16, I attended the keynote Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium event at Hill Auditorium. And while I was there to see Amy Goodman and Issa Rae, I was really struck by a version of the U.S. national anthem that was performed by two graduate students.
After about four and a half months of downtime following a rocket explosion during test operations, SpaceX returned to flight on Jan. 14.
I am pretty good at keeping my personal information private, so I tend not to think of my banking app as part of my online presence.
A half-century ago, James Watson and Francis Crick became renowned for revealing the double helix structure of DNA, the molecule in each cell that provides the “blueprint” for human beings.
Sometimes it’s refreshing to hear a distinction between America’s political parties that isn’t the hackneyed “liberals drive BMWs and conservatives drive pickup trucks” shtick. Other times, however, it can be a bit jarring, as you realize just how ideologically divergent the two parties are.
Earlier this year, my little sister approached me while I was enjoying a bowl of Honey Bunches of Oats with a particular announcement: “I want to major in art when I go to college.” Ever since she started middle school, art became her creative outlet.