Siemens names Ko semifinalist for gene study

By Joyce Kim Julie Ko ’12, along with teammate Ritika Dutta of Troy High School, was named a semi-finalist in the 2010 Siemens Competition in Mathematics, Science, and Technology, a high school competition administered by the College Board and funded by the Siemens Foundation. Individuals or teams of two or three members conducted research and […]

Finishing Touches

By Joyce Kim The Senior Art Show, which features all seniors in Advanced Drawing and Painting III and AP Studio Art, opened Monday in Feldman-Horn Gallery. Each artist had to decide on a concentration or theme to tie their pieces together throughout the entire year. The show is a culmination of the seniors’ bodies of […]

Cashing in on codes

By Joyce Kim Charlie Stigler ’11 is a programmer who uses his skills to create iPhone and desktop applications, as well as earn some money on the side. Stigler began programming when he was in ninth grade in the Introduction to Programming I class at the Middle School, and has been programming ever since. “I […]

Measuring stress in laboratory rats

By Joyce Kim   Riley Guerin ’11 spent his summer in New York working at the Rockefeller University Lab of Neuroendocrinology, run by Dr. Bruce McEwen. Guerin was the youngest in the program, working alongside undergraduate and graduate students doing research and conducting experiments in the lab. He spent his time assisting his mentor, Ph.D. […]