Chinese: Writing Class Takes Lady White to Detroit

Tuesday, we had a lot of fun! The first thing we did was go visit the writing class. We watched their creative rendition of the classic Chinese folk tale the Legend of White Snake. Their version took place in downtown Detroit and featured a girl in a gang called the White Snakes. She eventually cleans up her […]

Week 3: Caves and Shakers

On the morning of Tuesday July 11, our class took a trip to the local Lost River Cave and enjoyed all of its historical and natural history. Campers also got to take a trip to the gorgeous Butterfly Habitat, in which they had the chance to write and reflect on the day. Lunch at a […]

Genetics: Bacterial Experiments

As we begin our third week, we will be looking at many different bacterial experiments. Monday we began our bacterial synergism experiment in which we will observe the interactions of bacteria growing in the same petrie dish. Some students will grow control dishes with only one kind of bacteria, and the others will have different […]

Counselor’s Corner: New Experiences and the Return of Optionals!

As VAMPY begins its final week, our campers are being exposed to new and exciting experiences as well as enjoying the last times for traditional activities like evening optionals and community time. Yesterday, campers enjoyed a break from the normal schedule in order to hear Beth Tyrie, a graduate student in WKU’s Geoscience program, speak […]

Chinese: Debating and Singing

Monday we held a debate in British parliamentary style on the motion that American factories in China should be held to the same standards to those in the U.S. in terms of the working environment. I was happy to be one of the three judges. Though everyone presented some interesting facts, several of the debaters were phenomenal, […]