Science classes observe marine life at aquarium

Students in the Oceanography and Marine Biology class took a recommended field trip to Long Beach near the Aquarium of the Pacific and examined a variety of aquatic species April 22. Students observed the different sea creatures they had caught, which they learned about in class, Bella Carino ’19 said. “It was really cool to be […]

Marine Bio students set sail on field trip

The Oceanography and Marine Biology class took a field trip to Rainbow Harbor in Long Beach for a boat ride April 19. Science teacher Blaise Eitner led the trip. Once boarding the boat, the staff facilitated some activities and studies for the students. “We began with throwing out a large net, and collectively pulling it […]

Trips offer foreign immersion

By Caitie Benell and Elana Zeltser Middle and upper school students will snorkel with stingrays in Tahiti, visit a volcano in Costa Rica and view picturesque scenes in China over spring break. The jazz band will also travel to Argentina, and there may be a trip to New Orleans. For the first time, students can […]

Animal 'rehab'

By Drew Lash and Allegra Tepper Lurking around the dark corners, hidden in the shadows is Optimus Prime, the master of his domain. Who would ever think that Optimus would be living right in Munger 106? But students need not fear for their personal safety; science teacher Blaise Eitner guards the beast’s chambers, and Optimus […]