Lauren Pastrana: CBS 4 Co-Anchor and PC Alum
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Lauren Pastrana: CBS 4 Co-Anchor and PC Alum

Lauren Pastrana, Pine Crest graduate of 2005, is now a co-anchor for CBS 4. Pastrana developed a passion for storytelling at a very young age. When asked how she got involved in…

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To Mars and Back: When Will Humans Travel to Our Nearest Planetary Neighbor?
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To Mars and Back: When Will Humans Travel to Our Nearest Planetary Neighbor?

Ever since the first manned mission to the Moon in 1969, the frontier for human exploration has expanded well beyond our homely planet, and explorers, agencies, and individuals…

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Kong’s Semi-Triumphant Return to the Big Screen
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Kong’s Semi-Triumphant Return to the Big Screen

Kong: Skull Island is a sloppy, overstuffed CGI Fest that has enough well made action scenes to be an enjoyable and exciting film.  It was directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts…

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Jacob Singer: Emory Baseball Commit
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Jacob Singer: Emory Baseball Commit

Current PC senior Jacob Singer will be attending Emory University in the fall, as he has committed to play baseball there. I decided to sit down with him…

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PC Baseball Star Sam Wurth Takes Lehigh University
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PC Baseball Star Sam Wurth Takes Lehigh University

A few weeks ago, I sat down with Lehigh University baseball commit Sam Wurth, and I learned all about this PC senior’s love for baseball.  T1: When did…

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Jumping Into New Worlds with Virtual Reality
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Jumping Into New Worlds with Virtual Reality

Since the launch of the Kickstarter campaign for a new, true form of virtual reality by now Oculus founder Palmer Luckey, a great deal of interest has surrounded the…

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Why Are Batteries Still Awful?
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Why Are Batteries Still Awful?

For anyone who owns a smart electronic device, the most frustrating occurrence, without fail, is when the screen goes black because the battery has been depleted. This led a…

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Films to Look Out For (February-March)
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Films to Look Out For (February-March)

Overall, 2016 was a great year for movies, as it was filled with with plenty of deep, award-caliber films as well as the usual batch of fun comic…

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Polaroid Making a Comeback Through ‘Pop’ Culture
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Polaroid Making a Comeback Through ‘Pop’ Culture

The Consumer Electronics Show (or CES) takes place annually in Las Vegas in January at the start of the new year. This 2017 showcase brought many of the…

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Will No One Own Cars in the Future?
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Will No One Own Cars in the Future?

Since the dawn of the startup giant Uber, the long established transportation industry has been altered in a very meaningful way. From the point of inception of the taxi…

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