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    Why did so many people not comply with evidence – based guidelines and precautions set during the Pandemic? Science implies that it may be...

    Do you remember those days of the Covid – 19 Pandemic? Schools were shut down. Zoom meetings were the norm. Graduation parties, birthdays, and weddings all felt like another era. But, worst of all, the number of people who succumbed to this virus and lost their lives...

    Anima-Toons: Cowbird Cradle

    https://ibb.co/jrRk6Qy Did you know that there’s a bird that’s considered to be a parasite? Sounds a little out there right? Well meet the brown-headed cowbird, a brood parasite. In layman’s terms this means that the female cowbird will find other species’ nests and damage one of the eggs...

    Anima-Toons: Koala Caper – Breaking Under

    Could a team of Koalas be masterful drug lord criminals to put Breaking Bad Walter White and Jesse to shame? Well, no, that’s probably not in the cards for these daily 20 hour sleepers, but these animals could tamper with a real-life crime scene as koalas...

    Alex or Alexa: Gender Norms in Technology

    We’re well established into the age of the internet. Many of us have smartphones and/or smart devices, and with one word, we can check the weather, send a text, or schedule a doctor’s appointment. Throughout recent years, voice assistants such as Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri have...

    ADHD Comics: Reflection on Adaptation Project

    Wait, I have ADHD? Recently, I found out that I have ADHD, and it seemingly came at a time when many other women in the world were realizing the same thing. But why was I only getting diagnosed now, at 22? It's a fact that ADHD is under-diagnosed...

    My Experience (so far) as a Woman in CS

    Women in STEM! Women in STEM! Women in STEM! It seems as though every conversation I have had with a woman I just met in my major of CS never fails to include the line "women in STEM! That's us! :p" The term "women in STEM" is actually...

    Social media is killing our environment

    Social media has become a widespread necessity in many people’s lives. Content creators rely on it for their livelihood, while many others use it for entertainment. Facebook has nearly 3 billion profiles, which goes to show how many people truly use it. Throughout the years, the uses...

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Georgia Tech

    Written by Aparna Arul and Ayushee Kalura As rising 4th years reflecting on our time at Georgia Tech, we were curious about other students’ experiences and the advice they would give the past version of themselves who were entering college bright-eyed for the first time. While we have...

    The JWST Mission – Part 1

    With the recent launch almost a year ago of the James Webb Space Telescope , alongside the beautiful pictures released from this grand telescope, you may have seen some exciting hype around the “premier observatory of the next decade” (NASA - JWST). In case you have missed...

    The Caring Relationship Between Marlin and Dory from Finding Nemo

    It is the common, but unfortunate, truth of aging that everyone’s memory slowly decays. With this comes lapses in memory in various forms, whether that be for events of the past, or for in-the-moment decisions, like Dory from Finding Nemo. This loveable fish is known for her...

    Top 5 Tips for Applying to Graduate School

    Hi! My name is Elena, and I am a third-year psychology major at Georgia Tech. I graduate this coming Spring (2023) and have hopes to continue my education in grad school. After finally submitting all (14) of my applications, I came up with the following list of tips...

    We need to talk about the women founders of modern science: Meet Tu You You

    Tu YouYou is a medical scientist and chemist who became the first mainland Chinese to receive a Nobel Peace Prize for her discovery of Malaria cure. Born in 1930, Tu attended the Peking University School of Medicine (now Beijing Medical University) in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences,...