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Time Dilation

Time Dilation

By Sophia Eiley     Introduction   Have you seen the movie Interstellar? Or Lost in Space? Well, then you know that the rate of time is relative. This media portrayed science is actually based on a real concept: time dilation.   Time dilation is...
The Jabulani: Why Footballs Can be Too Round

The Jabulani: Why Footballs Can be Too Round

By Sophia Eiley     With the 2022 World Cup approaching fast, we are going to look at a past World Cup ball. While at first glance it may seem that footballs are completely spherical, they are actually not. In fact, balls can be too round. In the 2010 South...
Scholarship Opportunities for Indigenous Students

Scholarship Opportunities for Indigenous Students

By Farah Elgaweesh   If you identify as Métis, Inuit, or First Nations, there are lots of academic opportunities that can financially aid you in your postsecondary journey!   To start the process of applying to scholarships and bursaries, good places to...
Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis

By Sara McPherson   Cell division is an important part of what allows us to grow and reproduce. Cell division is also involved in many important processes like cell differentiation, healing from injuries, and fighting infections, all of which help us survive as...
The History of Medicine: Childbirth

The History of Medicine: Childbirth

By Freeha Anjum   Welcome to our brand-new article series! In this series, we will be covering the history of medicine (if you’re wondering why, check out our Liberal Arts series, which overviews why STEAM is important!).  Note: This is part 1 of the “The History...