2017 HOBY Leadership Seminar Reflections

The Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) is a nonprofit organization founded by Hugh O’Brian, inspiring youth leaders to continue leadership and innovation. HOBY has a multitude of amazing annual programs geared towards serving local and international students that are selected by their schools to participate.

This year, I became a HOBY Ambassador along with one other student to represent my high school! I submitted an essay to my counselor explaining who I was, why I wanted to be in the program, and what I would gain from it.

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Oceans’ Mysteries and the Importance of a Microorganism at the Bottom of the Food Web

I’ve seen bodies of water since I was a child, going to beaches and visiting Canada’s national parks full of beautiful lakes. The oceans that surround our planet are captivating because they’re almost like a living being, pumping life throughout its depths. Yet oceans are mysterious in that they hold a plethora of secrets just waiting to be discovered. I’ll be building on my last post about EM radiation and its spectrum which can be found here.

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Science Pun Episode #1: Electromagnetic Radiation

Hello my lovely and curious minded viewers. Today, I came up with the grand idea of starting a science pun series! Today, I will be talking a little bit about Electromagnetic Radiation! Here with me, I have my kind assistant Goofy Bob, a science major from Goofy University, who will be taking part in current and future episodes. Can’t start the episode without the first pun from our very own Heinrich Hertz.

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