• Ohm’s Law

    For our second action project in our STEM class, Street Math, we were challenged to apply math to real world problems.  I created a presentation utilizing, explaining and applying Ohm’s Law. Ohm’s Law is used in circuits and I practiced on various types of circuits and it’s used often in the real world by professional …

  • Service for Human Rights

    For our final Humanities class, we examined human rights and what different documents did and did not include within them as human rights. We then set out and did service for a day as a group with a church’s women’s group making and serving lunch to hungry men and women and volunteering at the Lincoln …

  • Mass Incarceration of Black Men Infograph

    For our second action project in our Policy class, we each had to pick a monopoly to explore and create an infograph based on it. I decided to study the mass incarceration of black men within the United States. I was drawn to this topic after reading Michelle Alexander’s book “The New Jim Crow,” that …

  • Bridge Building

    For our first action project in our STEM class Urban Planning, we had to build a bridge and see how much weight it could hold. The purpose of this project was looking at how we could have the maximum support with the minimum materials. We built our bridge out of bamboo and binded it together …