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A Tour of Term 4…

A Tour of Term 4…

Have you seen the Quad team wandering around campus? This is what we've been up to. Take a look at how SHP has adapted during Term 4 to continue providing an abundance of resources to its student body! https://youtu.be/wZCKrArlrPA
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Quad Queries: Episode #8

Quad Queries: Episode #8

Today's Quad Queries episode is extra special— an interview with two of our SURJ leaders: Anne-Sophie Lacombe Garcia and Sofia Sepulveda. Not only will they be talking about SURJ, but you'll get to hear more advice about managing different responsibilities, college applications, and community. https://vimeo.com/545715664
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3 Haiku!

3 Haiku!

Mr. Schultz, photo from Unsplash.com In Absentia dry skies do not flush pink annelids from the ground. many mouths to feed. Sweeping sweeping the classroom a chore of meditation. students create art. A Murder (for Guy) a murder of crows an unkindness of ravens a naught of black holes?
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From Babbling to Birdsong: What Finches Can Teach Us About Vocal Learning

From Babbling to Birdsong: What Finches Can Teach Us About Vocal Learning

This article by Kelly Shen '23 was one of the top 11 winners of the New York Times's "The Learning Network" competition— the second annual  STEM Writing Contest. The photo is from the New York Times article where it was published. This is a huge accomplishment and we thought it would be fitting to include it in the Quad for those who haven't seen it online! Imagine listening to Puccini’s “O Mio Babbino Caro,” as performed by a two-month-old baby, or Bizet’s “Habanera” crooned by a toddler. In some sense, that is what you hear when a baby finch practices…
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