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iPad Question

January 27, 2010 by


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Can Cereal Fight the Swine?

November 4, 2009 by


By Lisa Pastor In a desperate effort to protect our children from the almighty Swine flu, Kellogg’s delicious Cocoa Krispies cereal now comes armed and ready for battle against the unsightly monster. Kellogg’s has increased the levels of vitamins A, B, C, and E in all their cereals from a 10% daily value to 25%. […]

Therapy is the New Starbucks

April 13, 2009 by


By Alison Amorello The economy remains in a fragile state and consumers are forced to make sacrifices. Espresso enthusiasts around the country may long for Starbucks lattes but tight budgets are forcing even the trendiest coffee drinkers to caffeinate in more practically priced establishments. Deirde Donovan, an Emmanuel College professor, admits that the McDonald’s drive-through […]

Duke University Scientists Create Cloaking Device

March 10, 2009 by


Update: We’ve got a new writer on board at LeRenard. You can find his stories here weekly, or you can indulge yourself at his blog: The link is also included at your right in the “Columns and Blogs” listing. By Brien Hopkins A team of researchers at Duke University recently developed a breakthrough metamaterial […]