As a school in Maryland, almost all Saint John’s students know what the Chesapeake Bay is along with its many tributaries. It is widely known elsewhere in the United States that the Chesapeake Bay is home to many crabs, which are delicious when they are from a restaurant nearby by the Bay. However, due to … More Pollution in the Chesapeake Bay By Silas Eaton
There is so much beauty in writing. Writing illustrates the art of expression, allowing an individual to expand upon intellectual thought. As a medium of reflection, similar to that of art and music, writing endows humanity with the ability to contemplate multiple aspects of life. Writing is such a beautiful thing. The possibilities are endless … More Adam Reinsch and the Beauty of Writing By Ella Lowry
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and with inflation rising in today’s economy many people turn to affordable gifts and treats to give to their loved ones. Homemade gifts are perfect for staying within the set budget. Have a great Valentine’s Day!
Recently, scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have performed a fusion experiment in which more energy was produced by a fusion reaction than was put into starting the reaction. This is a breakthrough that has many in the field of nuclear physics ecstatic. The gaining of energy from a fusion reaction has been promised … More Fusion: The Future of Energy or Just An Experiment? By Silas Eaton