• Black History Month Highlight: Alena Analeigh

    You may have heard of The Brown Stem Girl organization, which empowers, educates, and motivates young girls of color in STEM. However, did you know it was founded by Alena Analeigh, the youngest Black person accepted into medical school in the U.S.?

  • Why do doctors always ask about your last menstrual period? Experts explain.

    Experts say periods can reveal much more about a woman’s health than whether or not she’s pregnant.

  • Top Five: What to ask your College Career Counselor

    College campus is buzzing with tales from Winter Break, who did what and who went where?! But now it’s time to get down to business and figure out what the summer, next year and more has in store. And it starts with making an appointment with your College Career Counselor, but what do you ask once you’re there? We spoke with Shayne Lazar, a career counselor at Hunter College in New York City, to give us some pointers.

  • Screen to Speed: Meet Stefy Bau

    Now’s the time for you to put your hands on the wheel! In the next few weeks, we’ll introduce audiences to a male dominated sport where we aim to break barriers, all while giving real life examples of careers in STEM you might never have considered.

  • 15-Year-Old Isabeau Levito Wins U.S. Women's Figure Skating Championships

    The New Jersey native beat out 2018 Olympic figure skating team bronze medalist Bradie Tennell for the gold medal by about 10 points

  • Top Five: Apps to Download for College Life

    As you start getting ready for school and are preparing for your college journey you may not be used to using some basic apps to collab with friends or even help pay a bill after going out to eat with friends. Here are some essential apps to download before school starts.