Savannah McCracken, University of Arizona
This intersection of horror, suspense, procedural and crime genres highlights the best parts of its broadcast cable predecessors.
Natalie Gabor, Indiana University-Bloomington
Despite the criticism lobbed at her intelligence, Dorothy Ann Hudson is an underrated icon who wasn’t afraid to be herself.
Emily Davies, Solent University
Want to know what happens when you nuke a city? Look no further.
Danielle Kuzel, Florida State University
The show may not be ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy,’ but it’s an enjoyable way to pass the time and learn a few things about the human experience.
Emma Watts, University of Arizona
Annika Salmi, Yale University
With the recent discovery of possible life on Earth’s twin, here are some sci-fi books about life on the planet.
Emma Smith, Wesleyan University
I’ve come to understand the pandemic through a scientific lens, thanks to the medical insights of my parents.
Hannah Docter-Loeb, Wesleyan University
There are plenty of professions out there for those who’ve studied living organisms and aren’t interested in pursuing a career as a doctor.
Kaitlyn Nuebel, University of Pittsburgh
The docuseries reveals astonishing connections between people and the planet, reminding us that there’s more than a virus linking the world together.
Ailun Shi, UC Berkeley
July saw the historic passage of Comet NEOWISE. Even if you missed its dance across the night sky, there are plenty of astrological phenomena to come.
Tamara Kamis, Cornell University
Whether you’re strapped for time, want to learn more about the environment or have the need to comprehend how the mind works, there’s something for you.
Madison Feser, Seton Hall University
As society places bets on which discipline will deliver the knockout blow, an entire history of academia hangs in the balance.
Caleb Dukes, Rice University
It’s time to explore how a practice pushed into the limelight by femme people is not taken seriously.
Viewing the world through a mobile camera dramatically alters how one perceives and recalls memories.
Andria Modica, Drexel University
New theories have emerged in favor of the flat Earth, or so Flat-Earthers say.
Erin Alexander, Middle Tennessee State University
On top of being perhaps the most celebrated mind of his generation, Hawking was also an acclaimed author and wit.
Haileigh Galloway, Indian River State College
2017 was a year filled with politics, pop-culture and scientific phenomena, the latter of which had some of history’s biggest scientific discoveries.
Leslie Currie, University of Virginia
By combining green tea, kombucha, sugar and water, Liberty University senior Luis Quijano has developed a process to grow clothing. Now he wants to disrupt the fashion industry.
Turns out you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to nab a NASA job, but you do have to be really good at something.
Brandi Loving, St. Mary's University
The idea of a women ejaculating is very real!
Brittany Sodic, University of North Texas
Cornell University’s Caitlin Stanton is a force in the coding world who founded her own coding hackathon and program.
Annie Farrell, James Madison University
Stanford senior Sandro Luna promotes nutrition among college students through Judo.
Fate Chernoff, UT Austin
There’s actually science to explain why most successful people have routines.
Kristian Porter, Northern Kentucky University
Science has become politicized, yes, but finger-pointing and berating have little place in any educational environment.
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