Director of technology announces top-10 sophomore projects

On March 24 Tom Wroten, director of technology, emailed the list of the top-10 sophomore projects. Sophomores presented their projects on languages and religions, March 20-24. The top-10 projects were chosen by Wroten and English teacher Brooke Wells and will be presented to the rest of the students and faculty in the Matthews Library on Monday, April 17, and Tuesday, April 18.

Jacqueline Chao – Christian Science Healing

Jack Christian – Rise of Women Rabbis

Josh Friedman – German, English, and their Relation in Indo-Europe

Abby LaComb – Merging: Unitarianism and Universalism

Joe Mo – The Evolution and Inauthenticity of Chinese Food in America

Chardonnay Needler – Spelling Out China’s Literacy Problem — and Their Solution

Luca Procida – The Strengths and Struggles of the Arabic Language

Mohini Rye – The Path of Conservative Judaism

Joe Zales – The Life and Controversies of Jorge Mario Bergoglio

Allison Zhang – The Ethical Dilemma of Treating Jehovah’s Witnesses

By Sonja Hansen

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