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Reluctant science teacher?

See the title? I was once one of those – reluctant and hesitant. Very reluctant and hesitant. I didn’t like science as a kid and never thought I would teach it as an adult. 595 more words

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Science Tuesday: The science of sleep

By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer
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Behold! We have entered the ‘week of death,’ i.e. the week before finals week. We’ve entered the dome of late night strategy sessions, unhealthy food choices, and nocturnal raccoon eyes covered over with concealer. 507 more words

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Science Tuesday: Pulling all-nighters doesn't help you cram

By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer
@sanahfaroke

When I took my core classes at the beginning of my college career, I pulled all nighters studying for my exams for days at a time. 326 more words

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Science Tuesday: Employers rank personality over technical skills

By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer
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The first job I applied to was for a temp position at a Barnes and Noble bookstore in my hometown. 413 more words

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Science Tuesday: How to get your daily dose of vitamin D

By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer
@sanahfaroke

Sometimes, all we need is a little sun in our lives.

There’s something about the warmth caressing your face and the light that makes everything seem clearer. 427 more words

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Science Tuesday: Are only the foolish fooled?

By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer
@sanahfaroke

April Fools’ is the day where we all have to be on a constant look-out for the liars, the cheats and the tricksters (and apparently I speak like a 90-year-old woman). 518 more words

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Science Tuesday: Pee in my pool and you'll die (literally)

By Sanah Faroke, Staff Writer
@sanahfaroke

Spring has finally revealed itself to Boston (well sort of). I can only think of all the fun things I’ll do once it really becomes warm out. 453 more words

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