Mars Standard Time Zone

By Siya Chhabra (’24) A historical, Wright-Brothers-like event took place on Mars on April 16th, 2021. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, commonly known as NASA, successfully completed a momentous flight to the Red Planet. The Ingenuity helicopter independently flew through the atmosphere, without the superintendence and control of the phalanxes of individuals it generally takes to undergo a similar expedition into the unknown environment … Continue reading Mars Standard Time Zone

A Perfectly Mismatched World

By Siya Chhabra (’24) “The biggest challenge of life is to be yourself in a world that is trying to make you like everyone else.” In his Ted Talk, “We Are All Different, and THAT’S AWESOME!,” Cole Blakeway, an idiosyncratic ten-year-old makes intelligible the importance of embracing differences. Blakeway speaks with truth, in the most unsullied yet innovative way possible, to portray his experience with … Continue reading A Perfectly Mismatched World