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Physics students use trial and error to challenge "Laws of the Universe"
On a brisk November morning, twenty-one Physics students in Ms. Harfmann’s class headed to the soccer fields to demonstrate their skills at manipulating the Laws of the Universe. The goal was simple, design a water rocket that will stay in the air at least five seconds; a project inspired while watching the movie October Sky in class.
In the movie, a pair of designers develops a rocket using trial and error and simple 2-dimensional motion analysis.
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Chinese classes welcome guest, learn Calligraphy from well-known artist
On November 24, the Chinese I and II classes welcomed Mr. Zhang Zhanli, an instructor at Pfeiffer University, to teach them the different styles of Chinese Calligraphy. The four major styles that they mastered include: standard, cursive, seal, and clerical. Each student was given some ink, a calligraphy brush, and a sheet of paper, which made the lesson fully interactive and fun.
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