Tempo Studio Review: The Future of Gyms

Tempo Studio Review: The Future of Gyms

Even before gyms closed down (because they’d quickly become coronavirus Petri dishes), I always found it intimidating to walk through the door. Growing up, all I’d ever done to stay fit was participate in youth sports. I played soccer, ran laps, and did the occasional push-ups, planks, and other bodyweight exercises as coaches demanded them.But…

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The UAE’s First Mars Mission Is a Robo-Meteorologist

The UAE’s First Mars Mission Is a Robo-Meteorologist

Sarah bint Yousif Al-Amiri knows what it’s like to build a spacecraft, but she’s never launched one to Mars—or during a global pandemic. As the deputy project manager for the United Arab Emirates’ first interplanetary mission—and the country’s minister of state for advanced sciences—the 33-year-old engineer has spent the past few years bouncing between Dubai…

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Colleges Gear Up for an Uncertain Fall Semester Online

Colleges Gear Up for an Uncertain Fall Semester Online

When the coronavirus pandemic descended on college campuses last spring, Carl Zarate joined the thousands of students whose worlds shrunk abruptly from expansive lecture halls to Zoom screens. The Cal State Fullerton junior recalls taking a difficult organic chemistry exam in his bedroom at home, racing to figure out an unfamiliar online testing platform, using…

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Here’s How to Properly Read an Election Poll

Here’s How to Properly Read an Election Poll

In the past week, most presidential election polls have shown Democratic candidate Joe Biden leading in his race against President Trump. Some pollsters found the margin to be thin: anywhere from 1 percentage point to 6 or 8. Others, crunching their numbers differently or crunching different numbers, have found overwhelming public preference for Biden, with…

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