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On December 6th, the freshman classes of Madame Marchand captured the aspects of Saint Nicholas Day, a special holiday in Northern Europe in the hearts of many European children, by celebrating an exciting Monday with candy-filled shoes outside the classroom door. Madame Marchand, reflecting on this special occasion, said, “It brings me back to my upbringing in Belgium because it...
On November 16, the honors and regular French 3 classes departed on a field trip to take in the French art at the Dallas Museum of Art.  Before going to the museum, the students took a short detour to La Madeleine, feasting on fine French food and dining as they chose. It was quite a sight to see about 30...
If you happened to pass by the foreign language commons a couple of weeks ago, you might have noticed the colorful and elaborate altar celebrating Dia de los Muertos or “Day of the Dead.” For those of you unsure about what that is, it can best be summed up as a holiday that occurs on the second of November and...
Ask any of the juniors who are in a physics class about what they have done in the past few weeks and they will probably respond with something about creating a film that illustrates Newton’s “Three Laws of Motion.” Within the short film, students were required to provide explanations and examples of at least two of Newton’s laws. According...
Honors English Seminar takes a walking tour of downtown Dallas.        Stepping off the bus onto Harwood Street alongside the Modern Art Museum, English students beheld a relatively familiar sight. Lingering for only a short while to glance at posters advertising The Mourners and an African Mask exhibit, we bolted across the street to the Trammel Crow Center, not to see...
When a high school student, especially a guy, thinks: field trip to museums, the plethora of associations usually do not include, “exhilarating” or “chill,” but that’s how Ryan Blum and the Honors English Seminar class described their trip to the Museum of Modern Art, The Kimbell Museum, and The Amon Carter Museum, all in Fort Worth.  The Modern Art Museum...
 “Houston, we’ve had a problem.” These famous words from NASA’s Apollo 13 mission to the moon have been quoted innumerably over the years. But what was  Mission Control actually like that night? Luckily Jerry Woodfill, an enthusiastic man was glad to tell us. Mr. Woodfill was in charge of the master alarm system for the Apollo 13 mission, the alarm...

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