Help Heal the Colorado River

The Colorado River supplies drinking and irrigation water to a whopping 40 million people, spanning from Colorado to California. It’s no secret that demand for this water increases as supply diminishes — dams, channels, irrigation, […]

The Marathon Learning Curve

I ran my first marathon ever this past March.  Finishing this marathon was arguably one of my greatest accomplishments; the sense of pride and accomplishment I felt crossing the finish line was enormous. Now, I […]

The Science Behind Your Sunset

When the sun shines on our planet, it first hits the molecular oxygen and nitrogen molecules in our atmosphere. These molecules, which are so lovely to breathe, are small compared to the wavelengths of light […]

First-Time Roller Skating

I grew up on edges. From figure skating to rollerblading and Heely-ing, I’ve glided on ice, wooden floors, and concrete. I was, therefore, surprised when my friends Annabel Driussi ’20 and Jerrell Cockerham ’21 mentioned […]

Vote to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

It’s undeniable: climate change is real and its effects are causing significant damage  faster than previously anticipated. From shrinking Arctic ice sheets provoking increased absorption of heat by the oceans, to extreme weather events wreaking […]