Paul Sanchez, a scientist in aerospace engineering, is getting an asteroid named after him. And it's actually two asteroids: His namesake is a binary system made up of two rocky bodies orbiting around each other in space.
Diagnosed with vitiligo, student artist Jasmine Colgan says, “I am not a woman of color, but a woman of colors…My skin, which is both black and white, is a literalization of this fact of my existence.”
At a recent event, students shared their ideas for how the U.S. Armed Forces can keep up with an increasingly connected world—from a strategy for resupplying ships using autonomous capsules to a device that detects GPS jamming signals.
Couples often establish a “household chief financial officer,” which may lead the other partner to lose financial literacy. The good news? If this phenomenon is true for your relationship, you can start to bridge the gap.