The official student newspaper of St. John's School.

The Review

The official student newspaper of St. John's School.

The Review

The official student newspaper of St. John's School.

The Review

Students enjoy the new physics classroom, which was designed over the summer.

Facilities combine math classrooms into new physics lab

Emma Chang, Staff Writer September 20, 2021
This summer, the facilities crew removed a wall to combine two math rooms into a physics classroom.
Hannah Garrou lines up the dominos on her golf-themed machine.

Juniors design, build Rube Goldberg Machines: Photo Gallery

Lexi Guo, Staff Writer April 16, 2021
Junior physics classes designed and constructed their own Rube Goldberg machines.
Seniors Hannah Chang and Nicole Doyle take their blood pressures as part of an Anatomy and Physiology lab.

Science classes adapt to COVID-19 guidelines

Abigail Hindman and Arjun Maitra January 13, 2021
COVID-19 has significantly disrupted the student experience, particularly in the science field.
Rimmele Crady tests out her Back to the Future machine.

Juniors design Rube Goldberg Machines: Photo Gallery

Grace Randall, Assistant Design Editor February 24, 2020
Junior physics classes took on the challenge of constructing their own Rube Goldberg machines.
Physics students test their Rube Goldberg machines.

Video: Juniors construct Rube Goldberg machines

Ryan Doughty, Video Staffer May 11, 2019
Watch physics students test their Rube Goldberg machines!
Trebuchet Trial: seniors Prithvi Krishnarao and Cameron May test their trebuchets range as part of their Physics II (H) project.

Trebuchet competition teaches engineering skills

Ryan Chang, Online Editor-in-Chief October 2, 2018
On Sept. 28, Physics II (H) students tested their wooden trebuchets against one another as part of their first graded project.
Studentss customized Clawbots competed in a battle royale.

Battlebots competition engages physics students in robotics

Ryan Chang, Online Editor-in-Chief April 16, 2018
On April 9, Physics II (H) students participated in the finals of the Battlebots competition.
Ryan DePuit switched to teaching physics after being a researcher for Dow Chemical Company.

Class Act: Physics teacher Ryan DePuit

Manar Ansari and James Sy January 8, 2018

Six months ago, physics teacher Ryan DePuit was a research scientist at a chemical manufacturing company. DePuit worked for the Dow Chemical in new product development. He improved and devised products...

Hans Infante joined the physics department this year.

Class Act: Physics teacher Hans Infante

Abigail Poag and Roosh Bhosale October 11, 2017
Get to know new physics teacher Hans Infante.
Physics students build Rube Goldberg machines

Physics students build Rube Goldberg machines

Compiled by Gracie Blue and Amy Liu February 23, 2017
Watch students' Rube Goldberg machines in action!
From left: senior Robert Gottschalk, junior Michael He (far back), adviser Franco Posa and junior Elizabeth Award test the pod in a vacuum chamber to ensure that its electronics would not overheat.

Team Hyperlift prepares for final stage of Hyperloop competition

Manar Ansari, Staff Writer January 17, 2017
Team Hyperlift became the only high school team in SpaceX's Hyperloop Pod Design competition to advance to the final stage, joining teams such as Delft and MIT.
Physics teacher Nolan Harris transferred from the United States Military Academy at West Point to Rice University, where he eventually earned a PhD in biophysics.

Class act: Physics teacher Nolan Harris

Michael VerMeulen, Staff Writer September 2, 2014
In our new series "Class act," we introduce new teachers and their backgrounds. Get to know physics teacher Nolan Harris.
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