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Do you know what STEM stand for? Can you name a STEM career?
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Take a look at students that run their own record company.
For Zachary Fernandez, designing is an art form and a way to communicate his ideas.
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Our April 2019 Classical Student Musician of the Month is pianist York Zhou.
Our March 2019 Classical Student Musician of the Month is horn soloist Elli Sol Strich.
Meet WMHT-FM's February 2019 Classical Student Musician of the Month, pianist Jonathan Indajang.
Meet WMHT-FM's January 2019 Classical Student Musician of the Month, flutist Eura Choi.
Meet WMHT-FM's December 2018 Classical Student Musician of the Month, cellist Trey Coughlin.
Meet WMHT-FM's May 2018 Classical Student Musician of the Month, violinist Julianne Kim.
Teach students about the life cycle of a star, different types of celestial objects and their properties, and where black holes come from!
Did you know that an estimated 20 million Americans participated in the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970?
Stores are about communication! Recognize D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read) Month with this Crash Course lesson, in which John Green asks: “Why do we read? What's the point of reading critically?”
Meet WMHT-FM's March 2018 Classical Student Musician of the Month, flutist Nana Hayami.
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