Student Success Statement

“To know what is right and not to do it is the worst cowardice.”


Reflection: everyone know’s what’s right from wrong. and choosing the wrong is always the easiest and less effort, but choosing the right takes a lot of courage. And if you know what’s the right thing to do but you just don’t do it, its because you don’t have the strength and the courage to stay away from  the wrong and choose the right.


college athletic’s honesty caught on security camera

Summary: these young college athletic’s did something that most people wouldn’t have done. They went to the store to buy some items but there was nobody at the cashier or anywhere in the store to charge them for what they were buying. if some people had an opportunity like this, most of them would choose the wrong and steal those items and many even take more. But instead these young men choose the right and put the money for what they were taking on the counter and left. These men were caught on film and tracked down to be recognized for choosing the right. They received a $50 reward for what they did.

Biomedical engineer

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Educational requirements

Students should take the most challenging science, math, and English courses available in high school.

All biomedical engineers have at least a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Many have advanced graduate degrees as well. Course of study include a sound background in mechanical, chemical, or industrial engineering, and specialized biomedical training. Most programs last from four to six years and all states require biomedical engineers to pass examinations and be licensed.


“Always do Righ…

“Always do Right.”
-Mark Twain

Reflection: to me this quote is trying to say that if you always do whats right in life, then good things will come to you. If you always do right, you’ll stay away from the bad and the negative stuff. Your life will be less complicated and less drama.

Biomedical engineer

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Duties and responsibilities:

Biomedical engineers use engineering principles to solve health related and medical problems. They do a lot of research in conjunction with life scientist, chemist, and medical professionals to design medical devices like artificial hearts, pacemakers, dialysis machines, and surgical lasers. Some conduct research on biological and other life systems or investigate ways to modernize laboratory and clinical procedures.

Frequently, biomedical engineers supervise biomedical equipment maintenance technicians, investigate medical equipment failure, and advise hospitals and installing new equipment.

Biomedical engineers work in hospitals, universities, industry, and research laboratories.

Average salary: $ 29,000-$600,000


Recipe: Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chi LA Buffs

Just the greatest chocolate chip cookies ever.

Chocolate chip cookies are pretty basic. I feel like everyone should know how to make them (and no, scooping them out of a tollhouse container and popping them in the oven does NOT count.) I made these over the weekend because I had some friends over for a movie and pizza. People were pretty impressed, and I promised my friend Lauren I would post the recipe, so here it is:

3/4 cup white sugar
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup butter, softened
1 tablespoon vanilla
2 large eggs, slightly beaten
3 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
3/4 teaspoon salt
3 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips

1.) Preheat your oven to 350 (if your oven is like mine and doesn’t have degrees on the knob, turn it a little over half way)
2.) Cream the sugars and butter. I don’t have an electric mixer, so I melt down the…

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