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The Week in Photos: Oct. 28-Nov. 3

This week, through photos.
Medha Kuntamukkla ‘25 and Petra McGowan ‘25 place their eudiometer tube into a beaker during the AP Chemistry Determining Molar Volume of a Gas lab in room 4101 Oct. 30. Students were tasked to find the volume of one mole of hydrogen gas at standard temperature and pressure (STP). “I enjoyed doing the experimental part of the lab,” Kuntamukkla said. “The reaction between the Magnesium and HCl was cool to see. It was really interesting to visualize the concepts we learned in class in this experiment.“ Reporting by Sanaa Sow (media by Sanaa Sow)
Jags Go Pink member Lauren Madsen ‘26 paints cars in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the lower lot Oct. 30. The club sponsored special events, such as a bake sale, movie night and blanket-making, throughout the week of Oct. 30 to Nov. 3 as their “Pink Week” to spread information and support for breast cancer awareness. “I enjoy being in the [Jags Go Pink] club. I feel like it makes a difference and could help inform people and make people more aware of breast cancer and learn more stories of survivors and how they can help,” Madsen said. Reporting by Quinn Barton (media by Quinn Barton)
Puja Kotapati ‘26 turns a flame violet by putting it in contact with potassium in a Honors Chemistry spectroscopy lab Oct. 31. The lab focused on understanding the difference in energy within elements and how they affect visible light, as well as learning how to identify elements based on their spectrum. They looked through a spectroscope, a scientific tool that separates different colors of light, to view elements’ spectra. “The fire was so pretty,” Kotapati said. “My favorites were the teal and violet flames.” Reporting by Bella Lin (media by Bella Lin)
Sydney Noble ‘26 burns calcium on a Bunsen burner, turning the flame from blue to orange, in Honors Chemistry Oct. 31. The class burned different elements to see the color that the flame appeared for their unit on the electromagnetic spectrum. “I liked that we did this lab on Halloween because we were working with fire and lights. It’s a very spooky atmosphere,” Noble said. Reporting by Rose Benson (media by Rose Benson)
Hannah Cyril ‘25 waits with other students as they prepare for the Bloody Blood Drive in the gym Oct. 31. The Bloody Blood Drive was hosted by Key Club from 9:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. and collected a total of 52 units of blood, which was 13 units higher than what the club had anticipated. “I think it’s pretty important because it can save so many lives and it’s not really taking much from me,” Cyril said. Reporting by Sanaa Sow and Max Simms (media by Sanaa Sow)
Claire Weiffenbach ‘25 and Sarah Bloom ‘25 work on a lab for Anna Tesdahl’s period five Applied Physics Nov. 2. The lab was about centripetal force and how spinning a tennis ball around your head affects its moving circular path. “[This class] definitely gets a bit difficult but if you pay attention and do your homework it’s pretty fun,” Bloom said. Reporting by Claudia Llado (media by Claudia Llado)
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