Spoonful of Supplements Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis
Now that all the vitamins have been accounted for, there are a few small items to mention before concluding this column.
Trace elements are required in tiny amounts for different functions in the body. Common trace elements include chromium, cobalt, copper, iodine, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, and zinc. Most people are able to obtain these trace elements through a normal diet. Some of them are included in the formulations of daily multivitamins too, just in case.[READ MORE]
Meet the Snake Arianna Stonewater
While you're busy racking up House points and working on homework, take a moment to learn more about who is scoring more scales, decorating the common room, or just making the Dungeons more enjoyable!
This issue features frequent Gryffindor visitors, Iverian Gnash and Sky Alton! [READ MORE]
Graphic by Prof. Scarlet Leslie-Lewis
Graphic by Vanessa Tilley
Harry Potter Read-Along Update Arianna Stonewater
The end of Spring Term also brought us through the end of Book 5! We hope to see you back next year for Book 6, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince! [READ MORE]
Delicious Destinations Maxim Trevelyan
Our last foodie stop this term is the West African country Senegal, rich with French influences since colonial times. Senegalese cuisine is also influenced by Portuguese and North African culture. The nation has a largely Muslim population, so the cuisine is also based on the religious aspect. Food is traditionally made for sharing, where the dish is served in a large bowl or pot, so the guests can gather around it and enjoy it with a spoon or a piece of bread.[READ MORE]