Vivian Hir is currently in 12th grade. Asides from journalism, she is also involved in Science Olympiad and Chemistry Olympiad. In her free time, she plays the piano and reads books. She also volunteers by reading to kids or playing music at senior centers.
The pandemic has caused various extracurricular activities or events to be canceled, but this isn’t the case for the Quarry Lane Science Olympiad team, a school club that competes in various events across all fields of science such as biology, chemistry, etc. Unlike other science competitions, Science Olympiad is a team activity and each event […]More
When people hear about the word “self-improvement,” they tend to think about cliché and overused advice such as following your passion or being optimistic. However, Eric Barker’s Barking Up the Wrong Tree tells a different story. Yes, it is a self-improvement book about how to succeed. However, it is an atypical one that not only […]More