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Neurosurgery requires focus and precision. Dr. Matthew Bradley, Chief of Trauma at the NATO Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit, performs an emergency neurosurgical procedure on a patient in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

What’s Next For Neurosurgery?

Ryan Ahmed, Staff Reporter
July 21, 2022
1942 - Journalists for the New York Times work and read the newspaper. Eighty years later, journalism has changed radically and, as new technologies continue to emerge, it is almost guaranteed journalism will continue to change.

The Future of Journalism

Oliver Whelan, Staff Reporter
July 21, 2022
Melanie Lin ’22 uses her Apple Pencil, which not only has the benefits of a regular stylus, but is pressure sensitive, allowing users to control opacity and more with a flick of their wrists.

iPads: Rec or Wreck?

Ariana Ng, Staff Reporter
April 4, 2022
 More and more people have been purchasing wireless listening technology such as Apple’s AirPods, but there are reasons why wired earbuds have yet to go obsolete.

Are Wired Earbuds Making a Comeback?

Ben Raab, Staff Reporter
January 24, 2022
Web tracking allows sites like YouTube to improve their users experience.

Web Tracking: Its Pros and Cons

Huixiang Lin, Staff Reporter
June 15, 2021
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