An Experiment on Hydroponic Gardening

An Experiment on Hydroponic Gardening

Written by Savannah Keough Science became an interest of mine growing up because of its ever changing nature. When you are young, you are drawn to things that are interesting and new so naturally I was peaked by science experiments in my biology and chemistry classes....

Vegan Myths: Debunked!

Written by Lena DiFulvio Being a vegan for three years now, I’ve heard my fair share of myths, rumors, and rebuttals. I usually find it best to confront these discussions with a sense of humor, but it also helps to have a few solid arguments ready in your back pocket...
Why Rehabilitate?

Why Rehabilitate?

Written by Hannah Robart   Wildlife rehabilitation is the caring of individual wild animals until they can be released back into the wild, but it can take a lot of time, work, and energy. So why put in this much effort into providing care for sick or injured...

Gen-Z Visionary Collective

On this Earth Day, 2021, I thought it would be appropriate to tell you all about a growing movement in the city of Pittsburgh focused on climate justice. I am a recent graduate of W&J, a member of the class of 2020, and a member of the Gen-Z Visionary Collective. ...
The Addax

The Addax

Written by Chibuike Ugwu Scientific Name: Addax nasomaculatus. Status: Critically Endangered. Threats: Uncontrolled hunting, drought, and the extension of pastoralism. Africa is a land that has been blessed with the most some of the most unique animals in the world....