Students in Dr. Dustin Wheeler’s Science Forward seminar analyzed published datasets for NYC water parameters and tested their own water samples for contaminants. They studied the disparities between federal Maximum Contaminant Levels and the Health-Based Guideline for chlorination byproducts, heavy metals, and other physical/chemical parameters. Their findings shed light on inconsistencies apparent in annual NYC Water Supply & Quality Reports.
The Korean Fan Dance, otherwise known as, Buchaechum, is one of the most iconic forms of traditional dance in South Korea.
What’s happening to the U.S. bee population? Is there truly a correlation between carbon emissions and bee populations? Or is it all coincidence?
As a proud dalagang Pilipina (Filipino women) I wanted to teach you about the national dance of the Philippines, Tinikling!
In the Heights is a Broadway musical based on the residents of Washington Heights. Learn how the musical represents New York through its art form, creation, and themes.
A recount of the tragic stories of Seneca Village and San Juan Hill: how two communities were stripped of their culture and identity.
Bollywood is a truly fascinating industry, learn more about it through this video.
Our research gives a glimpse into modern segregation in NYC. We studied two neighborhoods, only 2 miles apart, yet vastly different in terms of demography, wealth, food security, and health.
Lithium-Ion batteries are not environmentally friendly and have resulted in toxic chemicals and fires. So what are some safer – but yet efficient – alternatives for these battery solutions? This study aims to discover such potential alternatives.
There is a strong correlation between air quality and lung cancer rates, and air quality
varies geographically. Living in which NYC borough could be the most harmful to your