Physicist speaks about beginning of universe, life

By Ana Scuric Researcher and UCLA physics professor Katsushi Arisaka discussed his theories of the origins of the universe and life during break on Nov. 7. “Why are we here today?” Arisaka asked. To answer this fundamental question, he divided the discussion into four parts: the origin of particles, the origin of structure, the origin […]

Measuring stress in laboratory rats

By Joyce Kim   Riley Guerin ’11 spent his summer in New York working at the Rockefeller University Lab of Neuroendocrinology, run by Dr. Bruce McEwen. Guerin was the youngest in the program, working alongside undergraduate and graduate students doing research and conducting experiments in the lab. He spent his time assisting his mentor, Ph.D. […]

Librarians design new search engine

By Andrew Lee Call it the “Google” of library search engines, Wolverine Search will combine all of the library’s databases simultaneously with a single intuitive interface. The powerful new search engine will be available to upper and middle school students possibly this October or November Librarian Virgina Alexander and the library staff began programming the […]