22 August 2019 Kyung-ae Yu | News | Year 08  

The 2019 Ride the Korean Wave Incursion was really cool and fun. I learnt a lot from the cooking and patchwork sessions and enjoyed K-pop dancing and Taekwondo practices. I do thank all the performers and teachers who came to spread Korean culture.

Firstly, even though I already knew how to sew, I was taught much more techniques from the craft class. I was able to make a pretty bookmark at the end of the lesson and I use it for the book I’m currently reading.

As for the cooking, I made a huge mistake - I put one of the oils to marinate the meat! I thought I was doing it right until I discovered that the oil would be burnt straight away if it were cooked. Fortunately, we were wisely guided and the bibimbap we made was delicious. 

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16 August 2019 Georgia Anton | News | Extra-Curricular  

On the 25th June 2019, a group of Homebush Boys students had the privilege of attending the UTS STEM day. It was a great opportunity for us to discover and experience the different faculties of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) at university. It provided insight into the courses we could choose from to pursue our interests in UTS, and how it applies to the real world. We attended three workshops that varied in its field of study, each with its own uniqueness in STEM Transdisciplinary Innovation, Mechanical & Mechatronics, and Advanced Materials and Data Science.

Our first workshop was on exploring unknown possibilities which was part of transdisciplinary innovation where we had to use two categories to come up with an idea that benefits humanity. Our chosen topics was science and visual arts, and our second idea deriving from the topics was paint and physics. We had a lot of trouble attempting to mediate a plausible and creative idea. We originally had an impractical and over-the-top ideas that made no sense or were unnecessary and not unique. We came up with an idea relating to forensics which was how a blood splatter can determine how much strength is needed to create a blood splatter of a particular magnitude, hence being able to visualise the muscular build of the attacker.

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15 August 2019 Matina Shadwick | P & C News | Community  

Homebush Boys High School P&C Meeting

Where: Staff Common Room, Homebush Boys High School

When: Tuesday 20th August, 2019, 6:30pm

All Welcome!

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