Monthly Archives: May 2019

Growth Through Slaughter, Growth Through Fear!

The rich land of Panem lies above the pain of its citizens living across the 12 districts. Each year 1 boy and 1 girl would be elected to participate in a glorious event called The Hunger Games. There is only … Continue reading

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To My Sister

In the book Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, the protagonist Katniss mentioned her sister frequently. I believe that her sister gave her the motivation to fight. This story is not only a story about fighting and strategies. It emphasizes the … Continue reading

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Ping Yao, The City of Peace, Love, and Prosperity

  Three things I’ve learned on the train I learned about Centauri’s hobby of watching anime (One Punch Man). I learned about Elgin’s diet. He eats western. I learned about Erick Chen’s ability to do pull-ups. I could do 30 … Continue reading

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Journal 3

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Journal 2

  Our goal is to make a polymer that could fix broken plastic and containers. We want it to prevent leakage. Our target audience would be people that are poor or lazy. If they break an object, instead of going … Continue reading

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Polymer Journal 1

Polymers are very large molecules formed during a chemical reaction. Polymers could be considered as monomers bonded together. During this class, we experimented slime. We did different experiments with the slime including observations, slow, fast poke, slow, fast pull, and … Continue reading

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