Applied Math Collaborative Named State Finalist in Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

Ashley Hong, Staff Writer

November 20, 2014

Ward Melville’s Applied Math Collaborative was named one of the five New York State finalists in the 2014-2015 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest. There were 3,100 applicants throughout the nation, and Ward Melville High School...

3D Printing and the World of Tomorrow

Kriti Jindal, Science Editor

November 1, 2014

  3D printing is starting to shift from an incredible but implausible technology of tomorrow to a potentially game-changing technology of today. Recently, the first large-scale electric car was printed as a result of collaboration...

Apple Family’s Newest Addition: iMac with Retina 5k Display

Karen Li, Staff Writer

October 30, 2014

The new iMac with Retina 5k Display, released on the morning of October 28, 2014, is officially the newest addition to the everblooming Apple family and is one of Apple's largest creations yet. Consisting of 14.7 million pixels...

Ebola: Modern World’s Most Virulent Disease Spreads to NY

Karen Li, Commons Editor

October 26, 2014

  Ebola is a deadly virus whose recent outbreak began this March in West Africa. It is one of the most prominent topics in the scientific community around the world. 90% of people who become the infected with the virus...

Three Seniors Named Siemens Semifinalists

Ashley Hong and Eleni Aneziris

October 20, 2014

The Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology was founded by the Siemens Foundation in 1999, and has since become one of the most popular research competitions for high school students in the nation. Every year, several...

Summer in the Lab

Summer in the Lab

September 10, 2014

Physics 1 and 2: How it Will Change the High School Experience Forever

Peter Li, Science Editor

May 6, 2014

AP Physics, the most dreaded class any incoming junior will have to take in the most important year of his pre-college education. Some may argue it is the most notorious class in all of high school, occupying twice the time for...

Ward Melville Science Bowl Team on the Path to Victory

Ashley Hong, Staff Writer

April 15, 2014

After placing first at the Regional High School Science Bowl competition, Ward Melville is now preparing to compete at the 2014 National Science Bowl. The National Science Bowl is an academic competition organized by the United...

The Long Island Youth Summit

Emily Winston, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 11, 2014

On April 4th, ten Ward Melville students, and Social Studies teacher Allison Kane, attended the 5th Annual Long Island Youth Summit. The day-long conference fostered creativity and recognized outstanding student essays. Before...

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Brain Awareness Day

March 31, 2014

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