Category Archives: Academics

Lessons from the Holocaust

Dr. Anna Ornstein visited two history classes the afternoon to share her story of surviving Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust and to have a conversation with the students about social justice. Power: Global Issues in the Modern World

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Bot Battle

Dom Manzo’s robotics class battled it out in Morrison Forum this afternoon to see which team could collect the most ping pong balls with their custom-built bots.

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Science Spectators

A huge crowd gathered in the new physics classroom yesterday to watch the advanced projects chain reaction demonstration.

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Stand Back for Some Science

Lost in a web of pulleys, magnets, levers and switches,┬áChristine Pasterczyk and Allison Li ’18 go over some final prep for the Advanced Projects in Physics class’s great machine chain reaction next week.

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Cortex Quest

Dr. Regina Campbell-Malone advises Katherine Jennings ’23 on her sheep brain dissection.

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Science Friday

Trevor Spence ’18, Ryan Santoro ’18 and Will Dixon ’18 work on an electromagnetic component for their Advanced Projects in Physics machine.

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The Eye’s Have It

Stephanie Nomicos ’18 and Marnelle Garraud ’18 dissect a cow eye in Mike Hoe’s Neuroscience class.

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Students in Oris Bryant’s U.S. History class question and debate what constitutes the American Dream. In hearing each other’s presentations, they learned the importance of listening to others in formulating their own intelligent arguments.

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Pipette Forest

Drying chemistry glassware overlooks the trees beyond the Baker Science Building.

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Through the Bio Glass

Take a peek into Jeremy Kovacs’ honors biology class in the newly renovated Baker Science Building.

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