Sunday, September 22nd 2019

Cancer Patient Receives First 3D Printed Rib Cage Implant

Peter Crump Staff Writer A cancer patient has recently undergone the world’s first operation to implant a 3D printed titanium rib cage and sternum, proving the...

iPhone 6s: Bigger, Better, Beautiful—But Worth It?

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Apple has recently unveiled its newest addition to the iPhone family: the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Since the release of the...

Windows 10: The Breakdown

By Gwendolyn Wu AS Beat Reporter For most PC users of Windows 7, 8, or 8.1, a small Windows icon hovered in their desktop windows tray for...

Takata Recalls 34 Million Vehicles with Defective Airbags

Peter Crump Staff Writer In one of the largest automotive recalls in history, Japanese car parts manufacturer Takata has agreed to recall nearly 34 million defective...

Ebola Lingers in Eye of Recovered Patient, Changing Eye Color

Kristie Chairil Dr. Ian Crozier’s blood was free of Ebola when he was discharged from Emory University Hospital in October 2014 after a dangerous struggle...

From Corpses to Compost

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer Illustration by Luis Bondoc, Staff Illustrator The musical Once on this Island concludes with the protagonist transforming into a tree after her death—and...

Man Goes Ahead to the First ‘Head Transplant’ Procedure

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Illustration by Luis Bondoc, Staff Illustrator Italian surgeon Dr. Sergio Canavero has plans to perform the first head transplant procedure on 30-year-old Russian...