The Oldest Signs of Life on Earth In 2008, Nora Noffke was visiting the Dresser Formation in Western Australia, home of Earth's oldest surface rocks, when she noticed something peculiar on the ground.
November 08, 2013
Johnny Bontemps Lit Rep 2014
Moonlight and Mortality In a recent study published in the Journal of Animal Ecology, Prugh and colleague Christopher Golden of Harvard University, compiled the effects of moonlight for 58 nocturnal mammal species.
November 07, 2013
Meghan White Lit Rep 2015
Q&A: Occupy Sandy’s Lev Tobias A volunteer recounts the days following the hurricane and reflects on what’s changed — and what hasn’t — in the past year.
Risky behavior from an icon of dance “Restless Creature” is a daring departure for the iconic Balanchine ballerina, who joined City Ballet in 1984 and was promoted to principal in 1991.
July 29, 2013
Amelia Schonbek Lit Rep 2014
An Intergalactic Travel Bureau in Midtown Olivia Koski, a physicist turned journalist, and Jana Grcevich, who studies dwarf galaxies in the astronomy department at Columbia, brought the pop-up travel bureau to New York City.