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Prosthetic Progress

Estelle Martin, Senior Staff Writer
May 22, 2019
Fine Prints

Fine Prints

Kaitlyn Khoe, Writer, Photographer
May 22, 2019
A pillar outside the entrance to the Mitchell Park Community Center enshrines the building’s LEED Platinum status. It earned more than 80 points out of 110 on the certification scorecard for its various sustainability features. “LEED platinum is actually the highest honor you can get … then it goes down to Gold, Silver and Certified,” Tam says.

LEED-ing the Effort

May 22, 2019

MUD HENS: The American Coot, or mud hen, spends most of its time foraging for food above and below the water. Although they are comfortable swimmers, these birds are clumsy in flight, according to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Since they are widespread across the US, they are often used as a proxy for ecosystem health.

In the Weeds

Nicole Adamson and Kaitlyn Khoe
February 27, 2019
Striped Shore Crabs eat everything from kelp to snails. Although they must wet their gills occasion- ally, they can stay out of the water up to 70 hours, according to Animal Diversity Web.

A Deep Look Into the Shallows

Abby Cummings, Guest Writer
February 27, 2019
Alix Barry poses for an underwater photo while diving in Belize, where she spent a summer working for the Belize Conservatory. Photo by Jessie Kaull and art by Estelle Martin

Diving In

Estelle Martin, Senior Staff Writer
February 27, 2019
Eating Your Allergies

Eating Your Allergies

Maraleis Sinton, Guest Writer
December 10, 2018
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