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.
ABOUT HOPEWELL VALLEY STUDENT PUBLICATIONS NETWORK
The Hopewell Valley Student Publications Network is a student ran, teacher supported digital network where students are empowered to create and publish their work. Students have the creative freedoms to blog, podcast, display artwork, share writing, and much more. The goal of www.hvspn.com is to give students the creative freedoms to explore their interests while teaching career ready skills!
OUR LATEST BLOG POSTS
15 members of the HVCHS chapter of the National Art Honor Society submitted artwork for consideration in the 2022 Juried Student Exhibition. 1,665 entries were submitted by students from around the world who participate in NAHS. Our school had 5 students selected for exhbition! Cormac Dow Brianna Fish Sylvia Hemenetz Sophia Noto Sofia Venezia Please…› READ FULL ARTICLE
Last year Boeing created another aircraft called the ” Boeing 797″. This new aircraft is a smaller aircraft but larger than the Boeing 737. This aircraft seats between 220 and 270 passengers depending on the configuration by the airline. The 797 will have a twin aisle configuration as well that can travel up to 5,200…› READ FULL ARTICLE
Rhapsody Blog Connect the Dots: Storytelling Through Taylor Swift’s Discography Intro: Today’s blog is a connect the dots and will explore the theme of storytelling through Taylor Swift’s discography. Taylor Swift has been in the spotlight since she released her first album at age 16 and has been writing music since she…› READ FULL ARTICLE
COMPOSER’S CORNER: Three Composers, One Song Today’s episode is a Composer’s Corner where three different composers from three different musical backgrounds will write a song together, and give an inside look at the creative process of collaborating musicians. Segment 1: Brad: Mixing and Melodic Composition Three Different Elements of the Chord Progression, Violin/Strings, Arpeggio, Sawtooth…› READ FULL ARTICLE
Rhapsody Blog Head to Head: The Girl From Ipanema Intro: Today’s blog is a Head to Head and will analyze the similarities and differences between two different versions of the song “The Girl From Ipanema”, originally written by Antônio Carlos Jobim and Vinícius de Moraes. The two recordings are by Stan Getz and João Gilberto,…› READ FULL ARTICLE
Commercial Pilots by Miller Cleave They have specialized skills, top prestige, and a unique vantage point from the flight deck that most people will never get to experience. In the Airline Industry, There’s a huge pilot shortage that goes up to seven hundred thousand pilots. In the next ten years, the pilots will have to…› READ FULL ARTICLE
Why I Wanted to Be a Pilot Blog Post 1 By Miller Cleave Hello and welcome to Capt Cleave’s Flight Adventures on the Hopewell Valley Student Publications Network where students come together to share content with the world. The opinions expressed in this episode are mine the show. I wanted to be a pilot ever…› READ FULL ARTICLE
Welcome to Capt Cleave’s Flight Adventures Hi, my name is Miller Cleave and this blog is going to be about how I started my flight journey to be a pilot. The blog is going to start from the very beginning on the different stages I took to be a pilot and some stories on what…› 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
The Tiny Demon Child . . . Or Lack Thereof is a poem by Hopewell Valley Central High School sophomore Samiyah Syed & was published in Panorama, the literary arts magazine.› READ FULL ARTICLE
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