University of Oxford science philosopher John Lennox visited Harvey Mudd College on Oct. 10 to discuss the intersection of religion and science.
Joe Biasi, a geology graduate student at the California Institute of Technology, explains how lava flows can tell us about Earth’s history.
Stories of recent flooding in the Midwest have made headlines across the country, and the disaster has affected 5C students.
According to Paul Shaw, a neuroscientist at Washington University in St. Louis, catching up on sleep isn’t as simple as it seems.
Professor Tracy Gregg, the guest at Pomona College’s 39th Woodford-Eckis Lectureship last week, is paving the way for women in STEM. As the first
Many 5C students lamented the cold weather and rain that hit Claremont and the surrounding Los Angeles area this week. And although 50 degrees
Susanna Barrett SC ’19 has always been interested in DNA. This love developed at a young age, when Barrett was able to engage in
Films like “Armageddon,” “Deep Impact,” and the aptly named mini-series “Asteroid” all tell the fictional story of a deadly asteroid impact. In reality, the
For many students, STEM fields feel exclusive, and for good reason. Oftentimes, students have poor experiences in high school and feel they need to
When Bethany Reim PZ ’19 first heard about Claremont McKenna College’s decision to leave the Keck Science Department, commonly referred to as “Keckxit,” she