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Editor's Note

Yaksha Gummadapu
The Editor In Chief

A 7th grader had the chance to do a project on anyone who inspired her, and she picked a French-Polish physicist and chemist. So as she watched me while I redid my project to resemble hers, annoyed but used to it, I just had to ask:

"Akka, you could have written whatever you wanted on here, why did you choose Madame Curie, and why did you make her sound so boring?'

She gave me three reasons.

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While low prices for oil might sound good for the common man, the impact it has on the global economy is the complete opposite. Regardless of the proliferation of alternative sources for energy, the oil industry still plays a vital role around the world.

By Sriprada Kattamuri                                               --> --> Read More

In her high school yearbook, NASA astronaut Jessica Meir wrote: "go for a spacewalk" on the list of her plans for the future. Now, she can check that box. Meir, alongside fellow astronaut and friend Christina Koch, successfully conducted the first all-female spacewalk outside of the space station on Friday.


By Divi Pothukuchi                                            --> --> Read More


Reverend Saint Thunberg


Thunberg’s motivation for her movement is actually one that most of us could fall behind and support, however, when one starts to dig deep into the intricacies of her solution for climate change you cannot help but admit that it’s flawed.

By Prerana Srinivasan


Chandrayaan 2 made its ascent to the heavens aboard the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III (GSLV Mk-III). Launch from the Second Launch Pad, The mission payload had three main components; the Orbiter, the Lander (Vikram), and the Rover (Pragyan). The orbiter observes the lunar surface and acts as a means of communication between Earth and Vikram. Eight instruments were fitted into it, seven were India's and one NASA's.

By Akshita Emani                                   --> --> Read More

Kashmir is undoubtedly one of the most majestic places in the Indian subcontinent, from the Dal Lake to the “meadow of flowers”, one could say that Kashmir has it all. However, Kashmir has been a breeding ground for turmoil since the departure of the British from the South East Asian region (1947).

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When the very first rays of sun fall,

Merging into ribbons of red, gold and yellow,

They pass by, over the gentle water,

Slowly but surely, guiding the wave’s halo.

The children all break out in a dance,

By Mysha Ali

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