ARM-ed and Ready: How Apple is Preparing for the Future of Personal Computing

By Tasawwar Rahman (’22) Just 14 years ago, Apple transitioned its Mac chipsets from PowerPC to Intel, spurring onwards a decade and a half of unparalleled success. Now, once again, the Mac prepares for its biggest change yet as it gets ready to move on from Intel to newer more efficient ARM-based chips next year. In their highly-anticipated Worldwide Developer Conference next month, Apple is … Continue reading ARM-ed and Ready: How Apple is Preparing for the Future of Personal Computing

Top Ten Feel-Good Songs to Listen to While in Self-Isolation

By Mira Sripada (’22) I Just Called to Say I Love You – Stevie Wonder In the Party – Flo Milli  You May Be Right – Billy Joel  Social Distancing – Lil Baby  Locked out of Heaven – Bruno Mars  Tear In My Heart – twenty one pilots  South of the Border (feat. Camila Cabello) – Ed Sheeran  Antisocial – Ed Sheeran and Travis Scott … Continue reading Top Ten Feel-Good Songs to Listen to While in Self-Isolation

10 Books To Read During Quarantine!

  By Sophia Sajan (’22) The Mortal Instruments    “When fifteen-year-old Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder― much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with strange tattoos and brandishing bizarre weapons. Then the body disappears into thin air. It’s hard to call the police when the murderers are invisible to … Continue reading 10 Books To Read During Quarantine!

A Somewhat Logical Fairytale (Continuation)

By Marina Compoy-LoVasco (’23) The girl kicks the tumbleweed away from herself in exasperation and begins running towards some imaginary place in the distance. After some time, the girl pauses to look back behind her. The terrain looks the same to her. For all she knows, she has not moved an inch from the position she had been standing in moments ago. “FINE,” the girl … Continue reading A Somewhat Logical Fairytale (Continuation)

The Pop Culture Platform: Reality Check!  How Reality TV Affects Society

By. Akshara Karthik (’22) Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The Bachelor. Big Brother. These are just a few of the hundreds of Reality TV shows available for viewing today. We have all fallen prey to the hilariously intense catfights Reality TV shows offer, but what makes them so engaging?    Two of the most commonly perceived ideas about Reality TV and society is that viewers … Continue reading The Pop Culture Platform: Reality Check!  How Reality TV Affects Society

Pizza + Pups

By Morgan Cook (’22) This week’s inspiring story takes us just a few states away, where in a pizzeria located in New York, staff have developed a unique idea for their pizza boxes. What’s the point of decorations or wasteful advertisements when you can use the hundreds and hundreds of cardboard packages to help get dogs at local shelters adopted? Amherst’s “Just Pizza and Wings … Continue reading Pizza + Pups