Stories by Sophia Lo
Group projects can be a nightmare, but a mission to mars can't afford that sort of dynamic.
The show follows the story of Adam and Eve, Cain/Abel and Noah’s ark, though the show hits on other themes as well.
Bernie Sanders announced his bid for the 2020 presidential election last week.
Be who you wanna be. As long as you're not hurting anyone, why not. If you're a little more American, if you're a little more Asian. If you like to drink hot water, if you like to drink cold water, just do what you want.
Ever wonder what's driving your attraction? We've got the answers.
It's as a source of locally sourced ingredients for your own recipes cooked in the comfort of your dorm kitchen.
We'd like to start with a PSA that it is Lunar New Year, not Chinese New Year. Because Lunar New Year is celebrated by many other Asian countries that are not China.
Critically endangered, Madagascar's black-and-white ruffed lemurs spend their lives in the canopies of the island's remaining rainforests.
From language barriers to meme pages, Hannah, Sophia and David take a closer look at what makes the Asian American experience unique.
On the night of the lunar eclipse, Dearborn Observatory’s dome was frozen shut. Instead, graduate students and volunteers set up three small telescopes outside.
SustainNU has developed a comprehensive plan to lower the university’s carbon emissions and become a more environmentally-friendly campus.
Nathan’s annual hot dog eating competition is a Fourth of July staple, and Todoroki, a restaurant in downtown Evanston, will be hosting a sushi-eating contest on Sunday, November 11.
“Med schools really need to see those hours. It’s kind of like having skin in the game.”
With the help of technology, progress in scientific fields has been made easier. So what does the future hold?