Wednesday Logic Problem: Salads and Shakes With Interesting People

Five P-mag writers were sent out to interview five interesting people, over shakes and salads. Read More Wednesday Logic Problem: Salads and Shakes With Interesting People

Science News: 10/30/12

Hurricanes in October! Earthquakes and tsunamis!  Sharks falling from the skies of California! Science news has gone wild this week! Read More Science News: 10/30/12

P-Mag’s Smexiest People Alive

Smexy – adj. The unique blend of smart and sexy that makes Selena feel the good kind of funny and speak of herself in the third person.  Read More P-Mag’s Smexiest People Alive

Badass Ladies of Science and Technology: A Listicle

We’ve profiled many awesome women this month, including Zitkala-Å a, Decca Mitford and Miné Okubo.  I thought I’d do something a little different today and give you a whole list to enjoy on a Tuesday afternoon.  These ladies are not only bookish and clever, they’ve each done something to change the world or the way we look at it. Read More Badass Ladies of Science and Technology: A Listicle

Black History Month: Mae Jemison

In 1992, as the science mission specialist for the space shuttle Endeavor, Dr. Mae Jemison became the first African-American woman to go into space. I feel at this point that I should give the disclaimer that moreso than any other of the amazing ladies we’ve discussed during Black History Month here at Persephone, I have the strong urge to punctuate every sentence with “Neat!” Read More Black History Month: Mae Jemison