Paige Leskin

Paige is a technology & innovation intern studying journalism at Northwestern University. Hailing from New Jersey, she can usually be found playing pick-up soccer or chasing cute dogs. She has done work with USA Today, ProPublica Illinois, PIX11 News and her student paper, The Daily Northwestern. You can reach out to her at paige.leskin@inverse.com.

Innovation
Science

Viral Snow-Loving Pup Illustrates the Science of Dog "Zoomies"

"Let dogs be dogs and do zoomies to their heart's content."

Culture
Culture
Culture

The Best 'Me in My State' Memes for All 50 States in the USA

Here's the best tweet out of each of the 50 states.

Innovation
Culture

World Cup Soccer Linked to Increased International Conflict in New Study

Maybe it's a good thing that the U.S. didn't make the World Cup.

Culture

Gamers Are Making Insane Cults and Prisons in 'Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp'

Does this remind anyone else of the messed up things they did to their Sims?

Culture

The Surprising Reason We Shouldn't Use Laptops in Classrooms

More and more research backs up banning personal tech.

Innovation

When Will Bitcoin Hit $10,000? Cryptocurrency's Price Passes $9,500 Sunday

Experts estimate it could happen before the end of the year.

Science

What Causes a "Sleeping" Volcano like Mount Agung to "Wake Up" Again?

It's never safe to say a volcano will never erupt again.

Science

Ahead of Mount Agung Eruption, Why Indonesia's a Volcano Zone

More than 150,000 have died from volcanoes there.

Innovation
Innovation

On Net Neutrality, Here's What AT&T, Verizon, Charter, and Comcast Say

Does your internet provider support a free and open internet?

Innovation

Net Neutrality Sees Its First Republican Defender

This jump over the aisle could signal trouble for the GOP.

Culture

'Get Out' Fans Will Love Jordan Peele's Viral Tweet About Trump

The movie's director reminds us once again that "Get Out" will always be relevant.

Innovation

Twitter Bug Reveals Location of Users Without Their Permission

Could this be another issue of privacy, or just a small bug?

Mind and Body

12 Devices for People Who Love Sports as Much as Technology

Achieve your quantified self and have a little fun, too.

Science
Gaming