What’s It like to Graduate High School

Graduation represents the culmination of a journey and the attainment of a goal. It is an exciting period in a person’s life and an array of feelings will surface for the graduate. Most people think of graduation as an exciting and wonderful marketing event, many fail to recognize the other emotions evoked by this transition time. Graduation not only can bring up feelings of excitement, … Continue reading What’s It like to Graduate High School

The Killer Cone Snail Saves the Day

The Cone Snail is a sea species of snail which is also commonly referred to by the name ‘The Killer Cone Snail’. The Cone Snails live in the pacific ocean, The Indian ocean, the Caribbean sea, the red sea, and along Florida’s coast. There are 600 species of Cone Snail and only two of them are known to be able to kill humans. The Cone … Continue reading The Killer Cone Snail Saves the Day

World hunger

Earlier in November, The CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk tweeted that $6 billion dollars of his own wealth can solve world hunger.  He was challenging the World Food Program and the director did a fact check.  Musk’s tweet created a lot of controversies.  And, it made everyone reflect on the issues of world hunger and inequality.  It seems as though the wealthy got wealthier during … Continue reading World hunger

The newest strand of COVID-19

On November 26th, The World Health Organization named a new variant, Omicron. Within the World Health Organization (WHO), there’s another advisory group called the Technical Advisory Group on Virus Evolution.  They made it official based on evidence that was presented.  So, how do you decide whether a virus has evolved?  It has to do with mutations.  Mutations are changes related to the virus’s behavior.  And, … Continue reading The newest strand of COVID-19