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AP Biology Podcast

In planning for remote learning this fall, Dr. Ryan Skophammer wanted to find ways to engage students that give them a break from looking at their computer screens. He found the solution in the form of a podcast for his AP Biology class, which gives students more flexibility in their schedules and their eyes a break. It has also served as a valuable platform to give students access to more guest speakers than it would be possible to do in a typical year.

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Westridge Senior Creates Social Justice Group to Speak Out Against Anti-Asian Racism

This summer, senior Kathleen C. watched as incidents of anti-Asian racism continued to escalate following the spread of COVID-19. After hearing a news story about an 89-year-old Asian American woman who was set on fire by attackers in New York, she was inspired to stand up and speak out. She formed an organization called Vocal Asians for Change — a “youth-organized movement dedicated to speaking out against racism in our communities.”

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