OUR RECENT STUDENT PODCASTS
This is episode # 104 called Unit 5 Heredity: Chromosomal Inheritance. Today we will be discussing how inheritance occurs in the chromosomal level.
Welcome to My AP Biology Thoughts podcast, this is episode #98 called Unit 5 Heredity: Meiosis and Genetic Diversity.
Welcome to My AP Biology Thoughts podcast, this is episode #99 called Unit 5 Heredity: Mendelian Genetics.
In this Head to Head we will be discussing the differences and similarities between the hip hop subgenres of trap and Brooklyn drill.
In this Deep Dive we will be discussing the song I Ain’t Marching Anymore by Phil Ochs, and its roots as a protest song and a folk song.
In this Connect the dots we will be discussing the overall whimsical and unique style of Neil Cicirega, also known as Lemon Demon.
The Sources of Strength Podcast focuses on our resilience and the strengths we all have in our lives, spreading a messages of hope, help, and strength.
On this episode of the HV Sources of Strength Podcast, our hosts David, Elliot, and Ms. Tonelli discuss one of the big three emotions: sadness.
In this episode of the HV Sources of Strength Podcast, we discuss the Sources of Strength wheel, student mental health, and ways to build our strengths.
In this episode we talk about the national and global effects of the issue, and what resources are available to you if you are facing extreme poverty.
In this episode called Mental Illness Mumbles, Hannah and Jack chat about the differences in how guys and girls handle their mental health.
In this episode, we talk with two members of Hope Loves Company, a non-profit organization that supports families who are impacted by ALS.
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OUR LATEST BLOG POSTS
The Worst of Humanity’s Creations: The Absolutely Horrendous, and Downright Ghastly, Tuesday
The Worst of Humanity’s Creations: The Absolutely Horrendous, and Downright Ghastly, Tuesday is a poem by Hopewell Valley Central High School sophomore Samiyah Syed & was published in Panorama, the literary arts magazine.› READ FULL ARTICLE
The Art of Curses and the Devils who Use Them is a short story by Hopewell Valley Central High School sophomore Samiyah Syed & was published in Panorama, the literary arts magazine.› READ FULL ARTICLE
I have a area of woods in my neighborhood so I thought there would be some great photo opps in there. On the path into the woods there was a tree that had fallen across, and I noticed there was some fungus and mushrooms growing so I snapped some pictures.› READ FULL ARTICLE
I took this photo in the mountains of the Pennsylvania Amish countryside. Using my prism, I created a rainbow effect in the corner, making the illusion that it came from the sun and sky. I hoped to portray my friend appreciating nature’s surroundings, with her placed in the woods, with flowers incorporated too and the rainbow shining on her.› READ FULL ARTICLE
I took this photo in Frankfurt, Germany along with many other photos of architecture. In this specific photo, I thought the contrast in the color of the building against the sky was very interesting, especially because orange and blue are complimentary.› READ FULL ARTICLE
I saw this at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. As someone who is a big fan of drawing and viewing old art this painting was really breathtaking to me. It was painted on the ceiling of a Victorian styled room. It was truly a sight to behold.› READ FULL ARTICLE
The goal of this piece was to ultimately depict the way that the music I listen to often directly correlates to my mood. Music can both inform and enhance my emotions. It can make me extremely happy or extremely sad, and I chose to show that through a crying face.› READ FULL ARTICLE