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The Vanguard | October 26, 2014

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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

The Google Bus: Tech Giants’ Social Impact

May 4, 2014

By Farhan Attamimi

 

There is no doubt that today’s best and brightest are flocking towards the Bay Area seeking out the fortunes of the booming technology industry.  The royalty of Silicon Valley offer the prestige of working for an … Read More

Student Venture “NexDrive” – The Next Logical Step

February 28, 2014

By Aidan Cheng

 

Ever since flying cars were debuted as the transportation of the future, we have been pushing the boundaries of what a car should be. And why not? Cars are a ubiquitous symbol of the modern age, … Read More

FIFA Soccer – Powerful Families vs. Entrepreneurs

February 28, 2014

By Joseph Mondello

 

Soccer fundamentally differs from every sport worldwide because the sport generally resembles a global market. FIFA, the governing body for international soccer, represents the global market. Each individual club represents a firm, and the style and … Read More

Matt Richardson, CMC’13, is Making Gratitude Cool

February 28, 2014

By Hannah Bottum

 

Matt Richardson, CMC’13, is on a mission to make the world a more thankful place. Richardson collaborated with Brett McCollum, UCLA’13, to found Gramr Gratitude, a company that creates original and memorable thank-you cards.

The two … Read More

“Bringing Together Leaders of Tomorrow, Today”

February 28, 2014

By Harry Pellicoro

 

With so many entrepreneurs and innovators walking around the Claremont Colleges, it is a wonder that more students haven’t heard of the Kairos Society. The organization, which was founded in 2008 by students at the University … Read More