Zeke Rosenberg

Class of 2017

Articles

  • Bar Buddies: Shadyside Hideaway

    After Ariel rudely referred to my stand-in last week as being “prettier” than me, I probably shouldn’t have been so kind as to go out with her again this week. Alas, I decided to let my truly kind heart prevail over my better judgment and forgave her for this transgression. This week, we headed to South Highland’s Shadyside Hideaway.

    Pillbox | March 27, 2017
  • The Trump administration is limiting the EPA’s resources

    This week, Pugwash discussed President Donald Trump and his effect on the future of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Trump’s budget violently slashes the EPA by 31 percent, eliminating things such as climate change research and other scientific endeavors housed in the department.

    SciTech | March 27, 2017
  • Bar Buddies: Hidden Harbor

    After an ominously balmy Friday, Zeke and I enjoyed much more seasonally appropriate weather for our Saturday trip to Squirrel Hill's premiere tiki bar: Hidden Harbor. It may have been freezing outside, but the second we walked through the doors of this improbable neighborhood haven we were transported to a wonderful vacation in Hawaii (or a very culturally inaccurate version of it).

    Pillbox | February 27, 2017
  • Bar Buddies: Mario's East Side Saloon

    Walnut Street is a popular place to go shop and eat, and it also has its share of bars. One in particular, Mario's East Side Saloon, is a popular place for people to go hang out, drink, and throw a few darts until the patrons pack the place so tightly they start spilling out the front door. Thursday night was a weeknight, so the bar was a bit quieter and we decided that would be a good place to ch...

    Pillbox | February 20, 2017
  • Communication in the science community in under attack

    Science has a messaging problem. Science is often corrupted in public perception so the general populace gains completely false beliefs that they attribute to science. In the opposite direction, some scientific consensuses are viewed as political or treated with outright denial rather than healthy skepticism. Scientists, who often rely on public funding and therefore goodwill with much of the nati...

    SciTech | February 20, 2017

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