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Research into the Racial and Ethnic Composition of South Brunswick High School’s Classes

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Research into the Racial and Ethnic Composition of South Brunswick High School’s Classes

Posted on 13 April 2018

In order to get an understanding about the diversity, or lack thereof, in South Brunswick’s higher tracks, I conducted a study to look into some of the demographics of South Brunswick High School’s advanced and non-advanced classes. For the purposes of my study, advanced classes are defined as classes receiving Advanced Placement or Honors weighting [...] Continue Reading

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Part of a Movement: Students Walk with Parkland

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Part of a Movement: Students Walk with Parkland

Posted on 03 April 2018

by Indira Walsh (‘19) 2,000 students were captivated in complete silence for over 17 minutes. It was a moment of solidarity, a breath of memorial, a day of recognition of the brutalizations of gun violence. On March 14, South Brunswick students joined with thousands of other students across the nation and walked with the victims [...] Continue Reading

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Children’s Interest in Technology Today

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Children’s Interest in Technology Today

Posted on 05 March 2018

by Alexandra Copeland (‘20) Not long ago, young children found joy in items that were found at toy stores, such as Toys R Us. Now, in 2017, a large number of children have become more interested in items that do not come from stores like these, but instead places like the Apple Store, Best Buy, and [...] Continue Reading

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A Culture of Carnage: America’s New Identity

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A Culture of Carnage: America’s New Identity

Posted on 15 February 2018

by Patrick Peralta (‘18) and Ibrahim Khajanchi (‘18)   Again. 5 letters. Two syllables. One word.   We see it drifting on cable news chyrons, as we scroll past our Facebook and Twitter feeds, plastered on striking black ink within headlines across newspapers.   “A deranged gunman has stolen the lives of Americans again,” the [...] Continue Reading

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Get Ready For the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics!

Posted on 09 February 2018

by Tanisha Bhat (‘20) and Nina Soukhanovskii (‘20) On August 5, 2011, it was announced that Pyeongchang, South Korea won the contest to host the 2018 Winter Olympic games. The other choices at the 123rd International Olympic Committee session were Munich, Germany with 25 votes and Annecy, France with 7 votes. The much-anticipated 2018 Winter [...] Continue Reading

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Kahoot: Qualities to Programmer’s Success

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Kahoot: Qualities to Programmer’s Success

Posted on 05 February 2018

By Sophia Milla (’20) Kahoot! is a common game used for reviews and quizzing. Students compete with each other to click answer choices as quickly and as accurately as possible. Game rankings are present, which creates a sense of competition. Kahoot includes over 40 million monthly active users in more than 180 countries, according to [...] Continue Reading

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