Save the Lakes

Save the Lakes

 By Sarah Gediman Every summer, people across the country travel to freshwater beaches in northern Michigan to relax. They take hikes through the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, breathe in the scent of cedars and birch trees, and peer at the breeding grounds...
A Watery Wild West

A Watery Wild West

 By Shelby Cheyenne Job One hundred eighty-five years after Charles Darwin’s famous expedition on HMS Beagle, the Galápagos Islands are still bursting with discoveries, only the science looks a little different. For one thing, researchers like Craig Venter have traded...
Blue Bloods

Blue Bloods

 By Lindsay Albright You’re only 3 years old when you and your father pack up the car to go to the beach. You aren’t quite sure what all this talk is about surf fishing, but you will soon find out it’s a technique for catching fish by standing on the shoreline or...
Here Comes the Sun

Here Comes the Sun

 By Brooke Witkins Science fiction movies have entertained us with plentiful far-fetched predictions about the future. While many of the more eccentric “futuristic” technologies have been left in the past, more realistic energy options have been introduced in recent...