Baseball: State Champs

John Hartig

June 1, 2017

Filed under News and Features, Sports

While the Jaguars were battling to stay alive in the Regionals game against Blair, the Jags were trailing 2-0 in the last inning when a storm forced the umpires to call the game. The game was to be finished the next day.  That...

Pheromones

Kennedi Wickham

June 1, 2017

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Many Northwest students attended a Ulysees fair from April 26th-27th. At this event the members of the Ulysses program presented on a variety of different topics that covered an issue or topic of interest. In particular Asha Daryanani...

Doodle for Google

Laura Sood and Amanda Pallini

June 1, 2017

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Twice every year Northwest High school’s Ulysses Signature Research Program hosts it's Ulysses fair. At this fair students of the four year program get to showcase their talents through their completed project on a topic of...

Sharks

Meredith Feys

June 1, 2017

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Carolina Aparicio-Felix had a wonderful presentation bringing awareness to the true nature of sharks and how some of them are even endangered. “I’ve always had an interest [in sharks] since I was a young girl,” she said...

Ulysses Project: Evolution of Volleyball

Hassti Hamidi and Jake MacAfee

June 1, 2017

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While listening to Arthur Wu’s  senior ulysses project on the evolution of the sport, volleyball, my partner and i learned many new and interesting things. His research showed that the game of volleyball, originally called...

Concussion

Lexi Halem

June 1, 2017

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Kerry Slingluff did her senior Ulysses fair project on the relationship between playing football and developing Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). CTE is a progressive degenerative disease of the brain that is caused by,...

How Sibling Shape Us?

Jemimah Joe

June 1, 2017

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Our siblings make us unique. The time length between you and your relationship. If you have a one or two year time gap, the relationship will be close. They can tell each other anything. Your siblings is your best friend in your...

Assassins of the Seas: A Study of the Lionfish Movement

Nhaya Vaidya

June 1, 2017

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The students at the 2017 Ulysses fair had a wide range of topics. One of the most interesting being about lionfish, a rarely talked about fish but one that is becoming a large problem. Deanna Ewing was inspired to make lionfish...

Keep Up, Catch Up, Give Up: A Study of the Florida Keys Reef

Michelle Sanchez

June 1, 2017

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In her project Keep Up, Catch Up, Give Up: A Study of the Florida Keys Reef, senior Kelsea Edwing inspects the factors that contribute to the killings of our oceans reefs and finds out ways that we can help. With the hope of con...

Sjogren’s Syndrome

Keemia Arshadi

June 1, 2017

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Sjogren’s Syndrome is a disorder in the immune system causing dry eyes and a dry mouth.The reason Jose chose this as his topic is because his “mom has this disease, and [he] wanted to find out how it affects her”. His project...

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