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Biology kids have fun as cells

Biology teacher Lisa Horsch stands on a bench in order for her students to be able to see the next stage of meiosis. Students in Horsch's biology classes went through the different stages of meiosis on May 2.

Molly Hauser, Staff Writer

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While learning about how cells form, biology students in Lisa Horsch’s class went outside to go through the different stages of meiosis on May 2Students were either given hats, rings or bracelets to wear during the activity. They traded the accessories  between pairs of matching ‘sister’ chromosomes to act as gene trading between them. Horsch directed them through the stages and made sure they knew what was supposed to be happening.

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Molly Hauser, Staff Writer

Molly Hauser is a senior and this is her third year on the Black and White. She likes alternative music, Netflix and anime/manga. She also can’t wait for this year to end and to leave behind all the “haters”. Molly likes English and hopes to do something with it later in life so stop asking.

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