Splash Biography

ALLY NOHMY, Aspiring Pediatrician

Major: Biology

College/Employer: BC

Year of Graduation: 2024

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Hey, I am a sophomore at BC, studying biology. I love anything to do with the sciences and sports. I have played softball since four, and taught myself football (though I don't play). I am super excited to meet everyone and learn something new:)

Past Classes

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S2167: The Physics of Cars in BC_Splash Spring 2022 (Apr. 10, 2022)
Are you a car-enthusiast or just someone who loves science? Well, this class is perfect for you! We will be designing our own cars while learning how they work. May the fastest car win!

S2126: Blowing Up: The Science of Volcanoes in BC Splash Fall 2021 (Nov. 14, 2021)
Have you wondered why some volcanoes erupt and some don't? For this class we will be exploring the science behind eruptions, while creating a volcano of our own.

S2083: Forensics 101 in BC_Splash BC Splash Spring 2021 (Mar. 28, 2021)
Have you ever wondered how Criminal Minds or CSI worked in real life? Me too! In this class we will identify suspects based on handwriting analysis, fingerprints, and much more.

C2084: Pre-Med track... What does that mean? in BC_Splash BC Splash Spring 2021 (Mar. 28, 2021)
Do you have a passion for the humanities and sciences, an aspiration to become a doctor? This class will discuss the basics of the Pre-Med track including the recommended/required classes along with the possible careers that go along with it.

S2006: The Physics of Airplanes in BC Splash Fall 2020 (Nov. 08, 2020)
Have you ever wondered how something so heavy does not fall? How planes take off or land? And most importantly, how they fly in the first place? Well, in this class we will be learning all that and more!!

R2008: The Stories of the Untold in BC Splash Fall 2020 (Nov. 08, 2020)
This class will bring attention to the people who deserve it. We will learn about the untold stories of those who made revolutions and movements possible. In a little over an hour, students will be exposed to novel historical perspectives and will be able to better understand the powers of democracy.