One of my favorite teachers in high school, Arnold Brix, used to inject controversial current events into the daily lessons about U.S. history. One question I remember in particular: Is Muhammad Ali a traitor or hero for refusing to serve in the Army?
Who doesn’t like summer movies? While we might enjoy the more cerebral cinema that populates the rosters of the Academy Awards, movies such as “Mad Max: Fury Road” or any Quentin Tarantino movie, it’s often the mindless summer action flicks that stick in our minds.
Students in grades eighth-through-12th learned how to design their own video games at York Technical College's Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM, summer camp this week. The classes are being offered through a partnership with the Rock Hill Economical Development Corporation, which helped pay for the camp. At the end of the week, the campers should be able to take away a three-dimensional working game.
York Tech camp in Rock Hill teaches kids how to design video games
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