Searching for answers online

Searching for answers online

#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth The Internet is a wonderful place. From the answers to the latest problem set to the location of your next one-night-stand, anything you could want to know about is just a few clicks away. One of the most important resources that the Internet offers though, especially in light of the fact that May is […]

Fighting Methodist: Northwestern vows to accept all applicants to the Class of 2020, increase inclusivity

Fighting Methodist: Northwestern vows to accept all applicants to the Class of 2020, increase inclusivity

EVANSTON, IL — In a revolutionary, if not entirely unexpected, turn of events, Northwestern’s Office of Undergraduate Admission announced a plan to make college more inclusive for anyone who has applied: anyone who fills out an application to Northwestern is automatically accepted, an official from the department said. This policy change follows just days after […]

#LIGO, and why you should care about it

#LIGO, and why you should care about it

On the first day of Physics 135-2, right after Dr. Brown started us on our journey into Electricity and Magnetism, we solved an example showing us that the electronic force between particles in atoms is far stronger than the gravitational force. How can it be then, that gravity can both be so anemic and shape the universe on […]

The Multiverse Revealed

By Greg Krzywicki     They had the money; they had the technology. They’ve made it better, faster, and stronger than ever. It’s been seven years since the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was first activated at Cern and two years since its last run, but it’s up again and ready for another paradigm altering breakthrough. […]