Two Cultures, One Identity: Growing Up Romanian-American

My entire family was born and raised in Romania, a small Eastern European country most notable for its vampiric king, Count Dracula. It is often overshadowed by more well-known countries such as Greece and Italy. Despite its size, it has a rich culture that is adored and practiced by almost 20 million people. To two … Continue reading Two Cultures, One Identity: Growing Up Romanian-American

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Meet the Faculty: Mr. Howell

Mr. Jesse Howell teaches MSTC Biology III and Anatomy, classes that many MSTC students elect to take, as well as other biology classes. Mr. Howell is from Lexington and attended the University of Kentucky, where he graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Biology and a Masters of Arts in Education. In college, Mr. Howell … Continue reading Meet the Faculty: Mr. Howell

Inside the World of Nemesis Games

Written by James S.A. Corey (Daniel Abraham and Ty Frank) | 536 pages In his novel Nemesis Games, author James S. A. Corey delivers the characteristic thrill and excitement of The Expanse series while shifting the viewpoint of the first four novels. Since the series’ debut in 2011, Corey has crafted a world depicting humanity’s interplanetary … Continue reading Inside the World of Nemesis Games

How I Learned That Computer Modern is the Best Font

It was 3:15 am, 15 minutes after MIT SafeRide stopped running and long after the T shut down for the night, and I found myself stranded outside a desolate Target in Northern Cambridge with six of my best friends in the entire world. See, my friend Kayson was supposed to click “Harvard Square” on the … Continue reading How I Learned That Computer Modern is the Best Font