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The Vanguard | November 24, 2014

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Wash Out! 5C Laundry Serves Claremont

October 9, 2014

When you started thinking about college, you were most likely excited for the academics, the social scene, and the opportunity to meet new people. However, saying even a critical mass of applications bake the quality of laundry facilities into their … Read More

Start-Up Weekend in Claremont

October 9, 2014

This fall break, Startup Weekend comes to the 5Cs for the very first time. From October 17th to the 19th, participants will be given many opportunities to begin their own startup from scratch.

Throughout the weekend, participants will be given … Read More

Abu Dhabi’s Green Dream: Masdar City

October 9, 2014

The concept behind Masdar City, Abu Dhabi’s $22b mammoth sustainability project, is the environmentalist’s dream.

Masdar, Arabic for ‘source,’ was initially intended to be a self-sustainable utopia in the sand. The notion itself was first posited in 2006 by the … Read More

Compensating for Inexperience with Osmosis Learning

October 9, 2014

Three years ago, 530 North Mills Ave. was just a forsaken art storage building next to Human Resources & Payroll. Even with various student organizations clamoring for offices on campus, the entire building lay dormant. If you are brave enough … Read More

Bankruptcy – Apple’s Delight!

October 9, 2014

GT Advanced Technologies, or GTAT, as it is more commonly known, used to be one of Wall Street’s most-darling growth stocks. From November 2013 to March 2014, GTAT’s stock appreciated more than 100%. Investors were buoyed by its recent technological … Read More

NBC’s Thursday Comedy Block: A Eulogy

October 9, 2014

You had a hell of a run NBC Thursday Night Comedy.

I’ve spent the past 20 minutes trying to pick a sitcom from this historic slot to write a charming anecdote about how it shaped my childhood. The problem is, … Read More

Not Just a Piece of Cloth: How One NGO is Saving Lives

October 9, 2014

27% of world’s cervical cancer deaths that are related to poor menstrual cleanliness occur in India. This number is twice the global average, according to Bloomberg.

Meanwhile, 70% of Indian women can’t afford sanitary napkins needed to maintain feminine health … Read More

Another game-changer? Google’s “Smart Contacts” on the horizon

May 4, 2014

By Hannah Bottum

Google is currently testing designs for “smart” contact lenses with cameras embedded for a wide variety of uses. The company already has 2 patents on the design, which has the potential to significantly impact the medical community.

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I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Graphene

May 4, 2014

By Joseph Mondello


Imagine a world in which paper thin touch screen phones, solar-powered self sustaining cars, and computers that can bend and be worn are all commonplace. Well, the means by which this fantasy is possible has existed … Read More