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Intel honors three Kennedy seniors
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Three Kennedy seniors were named Intel Science Talent Search semifinalists on Wednesday. Joined by their research mentor, Barbi Frank, at left, they were, from left, Rachel Abramowitz, Ben November and Rebecca Jellinek.
“It’s very important that we’re accurate with these projections,” he said. “Storms like Sandy could be coming more and more often” because of global warming. Climate change, he said, leads to warmer oceans, which gives hurricanes greater strength.

Also, November noted, we have long known that plants are critical to removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. But they may well be more important than scientists previously believed, which tells us, he said, that we must stop destroying natural habitats.

November was a member of Kennedy’s football team and throws discus with the track team. He is also a member of Athletes Helping Athletes, a peer mentoring/tutoring program, and he is the stock market chairman of the Future Business Leaders of America club. Over the summer, he also works at Ralph’s Famous Italian Ices.


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