I hope you are having a great end of fall. The last couple weeks have been too busy, filled with history research paper, physics labs, and homework. I’ve been having a great time in classes and outside of classes though, working hard and learning a lot while also spending time with friends.
This photo is from Big Red Carnival, the first Saturday of fall term since we got back after summer. I can’t believe fall term’s almost coming to a close!
I wanted to tell you about a cool lab we did for physics class. This year, I am taking an advanced course after a year of physics prep year. Everyone in my class is so dedicated and smart, and they’re all so fun to hang out with, too! The class is definitely hard and challenging, but it’s totally worth it!
The goal of this lab was to set metal rings at the right location and height for the ball to fly through when the ball is shot in a projectile. Here is the video of the result if you’re interested:
I won’t talk too much about my physic experiments here because I actually keep a blog about them here: https://serenacho.wordpress.com
Until next time,