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What's in a name?

Week 2 Reading Response

A continuous theme that I’ve noticed in many professional writing fields is that people get really hung up on definitions. ‘How do we define ourselves’ 506 more words


Monkeys Eating Cake: Fingerplay

5 Little Monkeys Eating Cake
Words and Actions by CK Emanuel
To the tune of: 5 Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed

Five little monkeys… 194 more words


Time Travelers: George Washington Ferris

Our session on George Washington Ferris was one of our largest (literally) undertakings yet. After reading the story of George Ferris’ engineering creation for the Chicago’s World Fair, our engineers set to work designing their own Ferris wheels out of straws, plates, cups and chop sticks! 34 more words


BioScience Academy students lead aspiring entrepreneurs at STEAM & Aspire3 event

Middle school students from several different campuses returned to Spirito Hall yesterday morning, a week after they previously assembled to participate in the STEAM & Aspire3 event, a series of entrepreneurial activities which culminates in a presentation that addresses and provides a solution to a social or environmental problem. 1,621 more words


4 Black women engineers @slack accept award for "fastest growth company" #historic #tech #diversity #crunchies pic.twitter.com/6vfj1RQqeu

— Mandela S-Hodge (@MandelaSH) February 9, 2016


Scientists have arrived in 3/4S

This term we will be studying the scientific concept of heat. Students in 3/4S became scientists last Friday and began initial investigations and had sophisticated discussions. 79 more words


7 Things You Didn’t Know Were Caused by Sleep Deprivation

     With the countless tests and never-ending hours of homework, high school students are notorious for being the most sleep deprived beings on the planet. Staying up until 2AM may get you a higher grade on an exam the next day, but is it really worth it in the long run? 516 more words