Articles by: Andy Nagoya

Olympics Draw Near, Experts Urge Officials to Cancel the Event

Olympics Draw Near, Experts Urge Officials to Cancel the Event

As more news about the mosquito-borne illness the Zika virus hits headlines, all eyes are turning to Brazil, home of Rio Janeiro, host of the 2016 Summer Olympics. The Zika virus is at the the center of everyone’s thoughts about the event, and now a group of individuals have posted […]

by May 26, 2016 7 comments World
Google’s Food Trends Surveys Predict What Will Be On Your Plate in 2016

Google’s Food Trends Surveys Predict What Will Be On Your Plate in 2016

Google has released their 2016 Food Trends Report, which relies on analysis of searched terms to determine what is hip and trendy and what is yesterday’s news in food. Google looked at two years’ worth of data in order to see the big picture about how American palettes are changing. […]

by May 6, 2016 5 comments Food, Science, Trending
Inside the NFL’s Quarterback Crisis: Why Are There So Few Great Quarterbacks?

Inside the NFL’s Quarterback Crisis: Why Are There So Few Great Quarterbacks?

The NFL’s 32 teams are in agreement: there is a quarterback crisis in the league. With just 32 open slots for starting quarterbacks and hundreds of college football teams, one would assume that finding a talented and competent pro quarterback would not be such a struggle. However, for all but […]

by April 18, 2016 7 comments Trending
US Armed Forces Joins Other Nations in Opening All Combat Positions to Women

US Armed Forces Joins Other Nations in Opening All Combat Positions to Women

For the United States Army, this is the dawn of a new day. On Friday the Army announced it has commission 22 women as infantry and armor officers under new military rules that open all ground combat jobs to women. The move is the most significant step yet to include […]

by April 15, 2016 6 comments Politics, Trending, World