As we approach the midpoint of the semester (what!?), we’re accusing our neighbors of witchcraft, discussing the rules of nonconformity in the 21st century, and getting all grammatical in at least two languages.
We travel back in time to the big bang to figure out how the elements we know and love on Earth came into existence, try to separate a mixture in the lab, and explore the origins of the periodic table.
This week kicked off our summer chemistry class, and we got things off on the right magical science foot by transforming copper into silver. (Or did we? More on that as our understanding of the situation develops.)
What's happening at the high school: Our first week back after spring break involved apocalypses, corporate conspiracies, Victorian poetry, 19th century feminism, the genitive case, linear systems, and more. So, you know, par for the course!