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AP Chemistry class makes ice cream

Junior Alec Kuehn tries the ice cream made in the lab.

Sarah Margolin, Staff Writer

March 13, 2014

The two periods of AP Chemistry taught by Dave Oldham worked on an ice cream lab the day before spring break. This was based off a unit from the first semester which dealt with colligative properties.

Science classes dissect cats

Seniors Riley Deutsch and Taylor Holland work to cut off the outside layer of tissue on their cat in Anatomy and Physiology. The class will work on dissecting cats for most of the second semester.

Sarah Margolin

March 4, 2014

In Anatomy and Physiology, all students in the class had to take part in a group dissection of a cat for the muscle unit of the class. The dissection unit will last for most of second semester.

Caucasian Asian: Pho 888

Caucasian Asian: Pho 888

Sarah Margolin, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014

The first time that I tried Pho (pronounced fuh) was in Boston at a restaurant called Pho Basil. Pho is a popular Vietnamese noodle soup. By the time we got to the restaurant, there was a line outside the door and into the street. After about 30 minutes we were seated at a small two-person table. The...

Caucasian Asian: Hoddeok

Caucasian Asian: Hoddeok

Sarah Margolin, Staff Writer

November 6, 2013

My love for anything Korean related started off when I watched my first K-pop music video about two years ago. Then, my friend showed me these two Canadian bloggers living in Korea (Eat Your Kimchi) I was introduced to even more of the culture. Every other week they have a video in which they go around...

Building Eco bottles in Biology

Sophomore Alexis Forest scoops worms into her group's eco bottle for one of their environments.  Each group of students was required to build their own eco bottle with different environments.

Sarah Margolin, Staff Writer

October 11, 2013

The biology classes have started to build their eco bottles for their ecology unit. Students are using things like dirt, worms, bugs, fish, and different plants to create different environments in their eco bottles. At the end of the unit, the students will open their bottles and see if their environments...

Caucasian Asian: Patbingsu (Korean shaved ice)

Caucasian Asian: Patbingsu (Korean shaved ice)

Sarah Margolin, Staff writer

September 10, 2013

My love for anything Korean related started off when I watched my first K-pop music video about two years ago. Then, my friend showed me these two Canadian bloggers living in Korea (Eat Your Kimchi) and I was introduced to even more of the culture. Every other week they have a video in which they...