The Innate Psychology Behind Competition and Its Effects

A closer look at what drives the competition at MVHS

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The Transience of Memory

By Jeffrey Gong He named himself Rorschach. He did not know why he decided to name himself thusly. He could have figured out why. There were free deep psychoanalysis stations everywhere. Just walk in, sit down, sleep for a couple minutes, then an artificial intelligence with an pleasant voice tells you exactly how your brain … Continue reading The Transience of Memory

Machine Learning: The Future of Education

By Seth Berger According to Tech Edvocate, machine learning has developed and evolved over the years. Starting off as a rule-based methodology, the concept of machine learning was not taken seriously. However, in recent years, machine learning has become a powerful tool, having become a more data-driven method, something only possible through the enormous amount … Continue reading Machine Learning: The Future of Education

Groundbreaking new drug to revolutionize cardiac care

By Riya Ranjan Cardiovascular disease — the number one cause of death in not only the U.S. but the world. Every year, more than 400 million people are diagnosed with some form of heart disease that jeopardizes the rest of their lives — instead of trips around the world, games of street basketball and family … Continue reading Groundbreaking new drug to revolutionize cardiac care

Swab: A Struggle with Genetic Discrimination

By Fiona Luo Swab, swab, swab. The swabbers swarmed her, and everywhere there were test tubes, cotton balls, needles and so many hands, which swabbed the inside of her cheek, which forced the screeching jaws open and tore off handfuls of those glossy red locks, that tore off nails and skin and hair — anything … Continue reading Swab: A Struggle with Genetic Discrimination