29 Year-Old Arrested After Posing as a High School Student

A 29 year-old woman was arrested after posing as a high school student for four days.  Hyejeong Shin enrolled in New Brunswick High School using a fake birth certificate. The motive is unknown by the police thus far. She attended for four days before she was caught by the police and arrested. Students claimed that they felt uneasy when Shin attended classes with them, and no … Continue reading 29 Year-Old Arrested After Posing as a High School Student

The Fascinating Forms of Frost

Seeing how much temperatures have dropped lately, it might be fun to learn about an interesting winter phenomenon- frost. This may come as a surprise, but there are actually many different types of frost. Frost is basically water vapor that becomes solid. It forms when an outside surface cools past its dew point (the point when the air is cold enough to turn the water … Continue reading The Fascinating Forms of Frost

The American Dream: An Interview With US Representative Shri Thanedar

Now that the 188th congressional session has begun in the US Congress, I would like to reflect back on an opportunity I had in September to interview current US Representative Shri Thanedar (D-MI) of Michigan’s 13th Congressional District. At the time, Rep. Thanedar was a member of the Michigan House of Representatives and was running for the U.S. House seat encompassing portions of Detroit and … Continue reading The American Dream: An Interview With US Representative Shri Thanedar

Star Wars: A 70’s Space Hit

Star Wars is an incredible series of sci-fi films with the first movie: A New Hope (the original star wars) being made nearly 50 years ago in 1977, and the newest movies being made 50 years later in modern times. Some may say that the movies look bad, and that the explosions look like someone photoshopped them in, but these classic space adventure movies were … Continue reading Star Wars: A 70’s Space Hit

The Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Film Overview)

Warning: contains minor spoilers A standalone sequel to Knives Out (2019), the Glass Onion [: A Knives Out Mystery] is a film directed and written by Rian Johnson. The plot follows the guests of Miles Bron, a tech billionaire, to his very own island in Greece. While they were long-time friends, each guest seemed to have lived lives unassociated with each other. As though their … Continue reading The Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Film Overview)

IO, Floating on lava or a big metal ball?

IO is the 3rd largest of the 4 Galilean moons discovered by their namesake, Galileo Galilei, who was a philosopher, astronomer, mathematic, and physicist, (info in sources). IO is a chilly place with a average temperature of -202 degrees Fahrenheit due to the atmosphere not being thick enough to hold heat, despite the fact that it is a volcanic moon with vast rivers of lava … Continue reading IO, Floating on lava or a big metal ball?

GRPS Email Chain Causes An Annoyance

Earlier this week, on Monday at approximately 11:27 am, I was sitting in chemistry class when I saw my phone screen light up. I tapped on the notification since it was from Gmail and found myself staring at an email with the words “DO NOT LOOK” written hundreds of times. The subject line accompanying the email reads “DO NOT CLICK.” This email was sent to … Continue reading GRPS Email Chain Causes An Annoyance