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Jun 4, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Ann Hsieh's blog post Do You Have Plans For The Not-So-Distant Future?
"It's nice to know that I'm not the only person who has no idea what they are doing after high school. I agree that exploration and finding what I like and want to do is a much better choice than struggling through useless classes (classes…"
May 31, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Jennie Yang's blog post The World of Literature at my Fingertips
"Summaries are what make me want to read a book. If the front flap of a book interests me then I pick it up. This seems to be a great book for finding other books to read. I guess just having the label of being a classic book deters some people, but…"
May 28, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on John Komoll's blog post Lexapros and Cons
"Sounds like an interesting book. Many people describe themselves and certain habits as OCD, but it seems like this books gives the correct view of a person struggling with OCD. From NIMH "People with OCD can't control these obsessions and…"
May 23, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Shayan Hussain's blog post A child called it
"Abuse to anyone or thing is terrible. David must have extreme willpower to survive what you mentioned. This book will give me a new view on another group of people in this world. I am fascinated by learning to see other perspectives by experiencing…"
May 17, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Vibha Pandurangi's blog post Survival, Loss, and Acceptance
"Out of the three, I have only read Life of Pi. It is one of my favorite books and definitely worth rereading. Julia brings up an interesting view that the animal version is what he believes so he can cope, but the ending really blew my mind. While…"
May 17, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Alex Knox's blog post The Real Supermen
"I'm definitely including Invasive Procedures and Hidden Empire on my to-read list. I've enjoyed reading the few Card books that I have read and I might even pick up a Clancy novel. Your last comment on re-making a person and an antagonist…"
May 11, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Alex Knox's blog post (x+a)^n=∑_(k=0)^n▒〖(n¦k) x^k a^(n-k) 〗(That means something very insightful and subtly humorous in a language that hasn't been invented yet)
"As a combination of physics and English, calling someone the derivative of acceleration with respect to time, the second derivative of velocity, or the third derivative of position is considered an insult. If the world developed synesthesia then we…"
May 4, 2014
Jenny Chu replied to Gary Anderson's discussion Writers Week XX -- Tuesday, February 25, 2014
"I saw student presenters fourth period and they did a great job. Jillian’s squid love poem was amusing. I didn’t realize it was to a squid until the science facts. Alains, your Kiosk family sound crazy, fun and gives the right amount of…"
Mar 31, 2014
Jenny Chu replied to Gary Anderson's discussion Writers Week XX -- Wednesday, February 26, 2014
"Wednesday, period four, FANBOYS! The performance was full of energy and amusing. Mr. Hays your falsetto, piano and trumpet parts were all spectacular."
Mar 31, 2014
Jenny Chu replied to Gary Anderson's discussion Writers Week XX -- Thursday, February 27, 2014
"The Testing contains so many deaths that it hasn’t been counted. It’s funny that a YA author can kill off so many teenagers and Books for older audiences aren’t allowed to. Being able to research killing techniques without…"
Mar 31, 2014
Jenny Chu replied to Gary Anderson's discussion Writers Week XX -- Friday, February 28, 2014
"Friday’s WW was spectacular. Nick Kartsunes - Thank you for having the strength to publicly speak about this. You stated that you disliked words that divided us into groups and set us apart from each other. The day that I can say I love…"
Mar 31, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Grace Grzybek's blog post 40 Reasons Why You Should Own a Dog!
"Max and Boo are beautiful dogs. I find it awesome that you rescued them and even opened a dog care center. The 40 points and 40 picture bring out the best in a dog."
Mar 28, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Varshini Ramanathan's blog post "It Looks Good on College Applications!"
"It is all for the Almighty College. It took me two years and a practically failed class for me to realize that taking heavy classes in a subject that I have no interest in will do nothing to let me get in the the almighty college I am interested in.…"
Mar 28, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Nicole Ricken's blog post Most Memorable Writer's Week Moments
"Sierra Demulder makes poetry seem like a whole different entity than the confusing things that we have to interpret in English. Writing about topics that relate closely to high schoolers and everyday life made me like her poems even more. Slam…"
Mar 28, 2014
Jenny Chu commented on Bridget Horn's blog post Top Ten Books That Every High School Student Should Read
"I have read most of these books before and I agree that they are high up in the rankings of good books. Number one is definitely important and I would like to thank my English teachers for bringing me out of my reading comfort zone. To Kill a…"
Mar 28, 2014

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Academic Teams: Scholastic Bowl. BUZZ!

Posted on May 11, 2014 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

               As a shout out to the many English enthusiasts who support Fremd’s marvelous academic teams here is a review and promotional article for the Scholastic Bowl Team. After a brief synopsis of the rules and regulations of the sport, I aim to garner some more recruits for the spring of next year with a review of my own experiences. You can join anytime, just drop by on a Tuesday or Thursday, it’s a friendly group.

                Scholastic Bowl is a trivia game…


Sherlock Holmes - A Study in Scarlet

Posted on October 24, 2013 at 6:30am 0 Comments

               A Study in Scarlet is the first novel written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle about his detective Sherlock Holmes. Told from the point of view of Watson, it starts with the introduction of Watson, his past and how he meets Holmes. The famous pair is brought together only because of a shared need for a roommate to split rent with. Holmes reveals practically nothing about himself until Watson accompanies him on a case. Watson is the one who asks Sherlock to voice his deductions out…


Fear Nothing and be Brave in the New World

Posted on August 30, 2013 at 3:00am 2 Comments

Over the summer I read Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. I did not enjoy them as much as I had wanted. They were slow reads, and I just couldn’t get into them. But, I will try to put them in a good light, and hopefully you will appreciate the books more than me.



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