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Study Tips To Ace Your Way Through Finals Week

Study Tips To Ace Your Way Through Finals Week

Rachel Vaughan and Tiffany Chuen

April 4, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

In a time where APs, finals and Regents are around the corner, it’s vital to stay on top of studying to achieve the highest grades possible. Here are some tips to keep in mind as we near the most dreaded time of the year. Chewing gum is great for you teeth and, surprisingly, for memory. When gu...

Apple’s New Night Shift Feature Gives Your Eyes a Rest

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

March 20, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

In the coming weeks, Apple will release iOS 9.3, a brand new version of their mobile operating system. The update brings a few changes to Apple's user experience, including fingerprint protection for Notes and customization improvements for the News app. However, the most exciting feature of iOS 9.3 is ...

The Best Phones of Mobile World Congress 2016

The Best Phones of Mobile World Congress 2016

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

March 10, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

Every year, some of the biggest names in tech gather in Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress. This year, we saw new phones from Samsung, LG, Xiaomi, and others. The Samsung Galaxy S7 was undoubtedly the biggest announcement of MWC. The S7 is the next version of Samsung's flagship smartphone, a...

Will Apple’s iPhone 7 Say Goodbye to the Headphone Jack?

Will Apple’s iPhone 7 Say Goodbye to the Headphone Jack?

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

February 1, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

Lately, the Internet has been abuzz about the potential removal of the 3.5 mm jack, but what does this actually mean for consumers? Apple has had a history of removing legacy technologies. In 1998, despite the popularity of floppy disks, Apple replaced the floppy drive on the original iMac with an optic...

Can Google’s Pixel C Match Its Competitors?

Can Google’s Pixel C Match Its Competitors?

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

December 21, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle, Showcase

The Pixel C marks a new direction for Google. Never before has the company designed both the hardware and software of an Android device. The Pixel C also brings Android to a new category of devices -- productivity tablets. The question is: How does an Android productivity tablet stack up against competi...

Project Runway’s Make It Work Moment

Project Runway’s Make It Work Moment

Rachel Vaughan, Lifestyle Writer

December 16, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle

Calling all fans of Project Runway – Project Runway Junior Season 2 is here! Before you change the channel after remembering the disgrace the show was in the previous season, keep in mind that this season is completely new. New contestants, new format, new judges and new designs are all available...

Why Apple’s New iPad Pro is a Brilliant Creative Tool

Why Apple’s New iPad Pro is a Brilliant Creative Tool

Josh Joseph, Arts and Entertainment Writer

December 7, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle

When Apple first unveiled its new tablet, the iPad Pro, it was overshadowed by the announcement of iPhone 6s and Apple TV. Now that it has been released, it is clear that the new iPad has a place in our world, solely thanks to an accessory that the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs would have scorned. Back in...

Buzzfeed Test Friends

Buzzfeed Test Friends

Rachel Vaughan, Lifestyle Writer

December 3, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle

Buzzfeed is full of delightful channels and one of the best ones is Test Friends, which features a revolving door of cast members that includes Shane, Ryan, Jen, Maycie and Daysha. Jen is a highlight of the channel with any video she stars in being a great option to view, even though some videos she isn...

Fast Food: The Analysis

Fast Food: The Analysis

Ashar Farooq, Opinion Writer

December 1, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle

What’s your favorite fast food? Is it Dunkin Donuts or McDonalds? Perhaps it’s Wendy’s or Burger King? The truth is that there are way too many options when it comes to fast food. According to Christopher Ingraham of The Washington Post, as of June 2014, there were about 14,000 McDonald's in th...

Demystifying The College Process

Demystifying The College Process

Hans Bas, Lifestyle Writer

November 30, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle, Showcase

College. Even the word is intimidating. Like many people reading this article, I intend to go to college (it is the next step after high school, right?). However, the question many others and me beg: which college is right for me? My first instinct was to take one of those online personality quizzes that wo...

How Google is Revolutionizing Virtual Reality with a Cardboard Box

How Google is Revolutionizing Virtual Reality with a Cardboard Box

Josh Joseph, Lifestyle Writer

November 23, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle, Showcase

Two years ago, virtual reality was an expensive toy for gamers. Today, that's no longer the case, thanks to Google Cardboard. A few weeks ago, readers of the New York Times received something special with their newspaper. A nondescript cardboard box emblazoned with the Times logo accompanied the bun...

Teenagers or Automaton Robots?

Teenagers or Automaton Robots?

Ashar Farooq, Opinion Writer

November 17, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle

Does this sound familiar: you wake up, hit the snooze button on your phone, fall asleep again, finally wake up, get up from your bed, eat breakfast (most of the time), brush your teeth, take a shower, get dressed, and go off to school. You get through eight periods and stay after school for sports and ...

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