OUR RECENT STUDENT PODCASTS
Welcome to episode #16 of Chemistry Connections where we’ll be discussing Acid Reflux causes, treatments and the chemistry behind it all.
Welcome to episode 15 called Chemistry of Poisonous Plants where we will discuss how chemistry explains why poisonous plants are so dangerous.
Welcome to episode #14 called Chemistry of a Plasma Ball. Today I will be discussing plasma, electron transitions, ionization energy, and noble gases.
Today we will be discussing the processes that take place in the sun, through a chemistry-focused lens
What we try to discover in this episode is what the chemistry behind a seizure is and the chemical processes behind the seizure.
Welcome to episode 11 called The Chemistry of Computers. Today we will be discussing how chemistry is essential for the function of computers .
Hello, and welcome to Chemistry Connections episode #9. I’m your host Andrew, and today we’ll be discussing the chemistry behind mayonnaise.
Welcome to episode #8 called Chemistry of Apollo 11. Today we will be discussing the chemistry and history of the Apollo 11 Mission.
Welcome to Episode 7 called Chemistry of Thalidomide. Today I will be discussing The Thalidomide Tragedy.
Welcome to episode 6 called Chemistry of Vinyl Records. Today I will be discussing The history of Vinyl records.
Welcome to episode #5 called The Chemistry of Sunglasses. Today we will be discussing about radiation and the reaction that causes a tint in the glasses.
Welcome to episode 4 called The Chemistry Behind Crime today we will be discussing forensics science and the chemistry behind it.
Welcome to episode #3 called the chemistry behind rainbows. Today we will be discussing exactly how rainbows form and how acid rain has an impact.
Welcome to episode 2 called The Chernobyl Disaster. Today we will be discussing the nuclear disaster in a city in Ukraine called Chernobyl.
Welcome to episode #1 called “Light Up Our World”. Today we will be discussing the chemistry behind solar panels.
In episode 3 of Do You CARE the Podcast we discuss: performative activism on social media, resurgence of various social justice movements, and how we can be all be better activists.
In episode 20 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be ranking different things throughout the MCU. I’ll be doing it by ranking my top 5 for each.
In episode 2 of Do You CARE the Podcast we will be discussing how the college application process affects different groups of people, our experience of applying to colleges, and what can be done to establish equal opportunities for everyone.
In episode 1 of Do You CARE the Podcast, we discuss the different foods from our cultures we loved, the lunchbox moment, and how it affected people of color growing up .
CARE stands for cultural and racial equality. At CARE we want to bring awareness and education to social and racial issues in today’s society. Through activities, discussions, and community service. We hope to make HV a more informed and accepting space. We ourselves want to learn more. It is important to create a safe environment for all students at HV. We want to make a positive impact on our school with this podcast.
In episode 19 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness.
In episode 18 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: Moon Knight.
In episode 17 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: Hawkeye.
In episode 16 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: Eternals.
In episode 15 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
In episode 14 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: “What if…?”.
In episode 13 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: Black Widow.
In this episode of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: Loki.
In episode 11 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
Episode 18 of our Rhapsody Podcast is an album review, where I’ll be reviewing Metallica’s first album, Kill ‘Em All.
In episode 10 of Revengers: Friends from Work the Podcast, I will be discussing: Marvel’s first hit TV show of 2021: Wandavision.
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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
It was really quiet on a Saturday morning and I was walking back from someone’s house a couple of years ago. It had snowed through the early morning and no one had shoveled the streets yet. I wanted to capture something that was a reminder to the endless view of white.› READ FULL ARTICLE