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Star Talk is back!  The wonderful Neil Degrasse Tyson hosts
an hour that blends science with pop culture, entertainment, and more.


Check out an intriguing list of guests for the coming season:

The program airs on the National Geographic channel at 11pm ET,
starting tonight 4/20 with George Takei, who turns 78 years old today.

fyi Star Talk Radio podcasts are available at SiriusXM, iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, and TuneIn.

image credit: scienceblogs.com

Happy STEAM Day!

Good fun was had by all celebrating Science, Technology, Engineering,
Arts, and Mathematics here at Mitchell today…

Here are three of our General Chemistry students
proudly displaying their research posters:

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image credits: Amanda Clifton & Amy Naylor Joye


Here is an inspiring tale of a young woman finding her way to her own path in life, through her educational experiences with technology:
Click here for Shawnee’s story.

14-year-old Shawnee, in the library at the Wyoming Girls' School in Sheridan, Wy., has found coding helps her be at peace.


“When we look at modern humanity, we have to face the fact… that modern humanity suffers from a kind of poverty of the spirit, which stands in glaring contrast to scientific and technological abundance; we’ve learned to fly the air like birds, we’ve learned to swim the sea like fish, and we haven’t yet learned to walk the Earth as brothers and sisters.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.

King doing for others


Threshold“The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you
to enter the house of his wisdom but rather
leads you to the threshold of your mind.”
~Kahlil Gibran

photo credit: http://www.staceyirvin.com/uighurs/?image=85


I like a teacher who gives you something to take home to think about besides homework.” 
~Lily Tomlin as “Edith Ann”







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