What took place at this year’s Google I/O conference?

Every year major tech companies hold developer conferences to show off exciting new innovations.  One of the biggest annual conferences of the year is...

New medication that helps slow ALS to be available in 2017

Affecting between 12,000 and 15,000 Americans, ALS, otherwise known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, attacks and kills nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord...

Raquel Paramo ’17 presents at Steinmetz on speckles

On Friday, May 12, over 500 students woke up to present their research to not only the campus community, but those who visited as...

Venus Yu ’17 discusses senior research on social robotics

Robotics have come a long way over the past 30 years and have become a lot more commonplace in today’s society. Robots nowadays do...

Malaria vaccine will be field tested in Africa next year

By Anastasia Netrunenko Contributing Writer At the start of 2016, there were a total 91 countries in which malaria was endemic. Chills, fever, vomiting...

College’s Baja SAE team prepares for racecar competition

By Scott Zinck Contributing Writer The Union College SAE Baja team will be heading to Pittsburgh, Kansas on May 25 for an international off-road...

The cosmic perspective: Neil deGrasse Tyson at Proctors

By Kyle Doney, Erick Landreth and Aaron Rapaport Contributing Writers Renowned pop astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson brought one of his signature talking points, the...

College’s Aero SAE teams soar at national competition

By Xavier Quinn Contributing Writer This past weekend the Union College SAE Aero advanced and micro teams travelled down to Lakeland, Florida, to compete...

Union students attend celebration of women in coding

By Riley Konsella Sci/Tech Editor Emeritus This past weekend, 16 Union students and three professors travelled to Henrietta, NY, to take part in the...

Narrative medicine: forming closer bonds with patients

By Anastasia Netrunenko Contributing Writer What makes one a good listener? As human beings, we often consider ourselves born with the inherent ability to...