The Looking Glass

During my nightmares, I get to process all the wacky emotions of my day, while also being able to prepare for threatening situations.

The Science Behind Dreams

Leslie Baker '24, Clubs and Classes Editor
January 29, 2023
Why do our lips get chapped in the winter? And what can we do about it?

Why do your lips get chapped in the winter?

Hana Shinzawa '24, Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Science Editor
December 9, 2022
A peek at Hurricane Ian from the International Space Station.

How Do Hurricanes Work? And How Does Climate Change Factor In?

Hana Shinzawa ‘24, Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Science Editor
November 6, 2022
A photo of hot air balloons, which work because hot air rises.

Does heat really rise?

Hana Shinzawa ‘24, Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Science Editor
October 31, 2022
Dopamine is released not only when listening to music, but when playing an instrument as well.

Why does music make us feel things?

Elyza Tuan '23, Editor-in-Chief
October 17, 2022
In the fall, leaves turn vibrant colors. But why?

Why do leaves change color?

Kate Ladino '25, Contributing Writer
October 10, 2022
(Credit: The Medium)

How do Vinyl Records Work?

Abbie Lindblad '24, Arts & Entertainment Editor
March 24, 2022
Everyone knows that sunscreen protects your skin. But how does it work?

How does sunscreen work?

Hana Shinzawa ‘24, Science Editor
March 20, 2022
Sophomores holding their sheep hearts after the dissection.

Science Club Dissection

Leslie Baker '24, Clubs and Classes Co-Editor
February 28, 2022
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