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Neurogastronomy: It’s a Mouthful

Anyone else remember the Shrek ketchup that used to line the supermarket condiments aisles when we were younger? It outmatched the ordinary Heinz bottles with a flashy label that advertised the product in “Blastin’ Green” and “Funky Purple.” Unfortunately, I still do. I think I actually pleaded with my mother to buy the novelty table sauce….

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Superfoods to the Rescue

 Theresa Bui | Blogger | SQ Online (2016-17) Let’s talk about your diet. Not the restrictive calorie-counting, carb-limiting, protein-maximizing ones. Just your regular day-to-day eating habits. Personally, my dietary genre would best be described as a pre-teen at midnight. I am an absolute Hot Cheetos junkie. However, I am trying to improve my diet because I feel…

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Attention: Inattention

For as long as I can remember, one of my family members (we’ll call him A) has always been the kind of person who would forget to lock the front door behind him and would frequently misplace his belongings. As a result, my mother and I spent many years anxiously tearing out our hair on…

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Learning to Fly

BY LIAM HUBER | BLOGGER| SQ ONLINE (2016-17) How an Avian Progenitor—or maybe Progenitors— Pieced Together the Foundations for Flight Birds have it pretty good. It is safe to assume, in fact, that the seagull that discovered your Pines’ stir-fry while you were studying for o-chem is twenty percent more satisfied with its choice of UCSD…

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On Two Feet

BY LIAM HUBER | BLOGGER| SQ ONLINE (2016-17) How A Novel Adaptation Lifted Mankind onto Two Feet and Changed the Trajectory of Human Evolution This year, approximately four million babies will be born in the United States. Given that these are human babies, we can predict three things. First, the vast majority will soon be walking…