The Review

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.
Students prepare for their tests at MIT for Science Olympiad.

Science Olympiad team competes at MIT, prepares for regional tournament

Ashley Yen and Russell Li January 19, 2019
From Jan. 12-14, the Science Olympiad team competed at MIT in 23 events, placing 39th out of 75 teams.
Looking Up: Earth Day and An Antidote to Despair

Looking Up: Earth Day and An Antidote to Despair

Aileen Zhang, Columnist April 21, 2017
Senior Aileen Zhang discusses the importance of appreciating science in the current political climate. Don't forget about the March for Science this Earth Day, April, 22!
The sunshield of the James Webb space telescope undergoes testing in California.

Looking Up: Space is hard

Aileen Zhang, Design staff February 13, 2017
In this first installment of senior Aileen Zhang's science column, she discusses the dangers of studying space, even from afar.
Science Olympiad club founders Zachary Boroughs and Kevin Jung work with club member junior Johnny Coudsi.

Science Olympiad team exceeds expectations at first competition

Louisa Sarofim, Staff Writer November 8, 2016
The newly formed SJS Science Olympiad team competed against far more experienced teams but still managed to place admirably in their first competition at CyFalls.
Seniors pose for the camera at Port Aransas. This is the second year the AP Biology field trip has been at the University of Texas lab.

AP Biology students find their sea legs on field trip

Christian Maines, Staff Writer October 14, 2014
Students visited a lab on the beach and made two excursions by boat to the Intracoastal Waterway during the AP Biology field trip.
String Theory members have already made numerous science-themed crafts, including this stuffed E. coli bacteria.

String Theory Club weaves together crafts, science

Amy Liu, Staff Writer March 24, 2014
The String Theory Club, founded by freshmen Marisa Murillo, Sunnie Liu and Aileen Zhang, makes knit or sewn models of scientific and mathematical concepts.
Stott poses with chemistry teacher Sarwat Jafry. Stott and Jafry are united by their love of science.

Shoot for the moon: astronaut advises, recounts experiences

Cara Maines, Assistant Online Editor February 25, 2014
Astronaut Nicole Passono Stott spoke at a joint-Science and Math Club (SAMC) and Women Helping Empower Each Other (WHEE) meeting Feb. 7.
Sonic sports a Santa hat, braving the cold Houston winter. An African pygmy hedgehog, she cannot be exposed to temperatures lower than 72 degrees Fahrenheit.

Sonic adds life to biology classroom

Brooke Kushwaha, Staff Writer January 15, 2014
Sonic the hedgehog, the newest member of the science department, proves that biology really is the study of life.
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