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May 2, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgPrincipal’s Honor RollGrade 9 – Miriam Kolta ElKomos, Cathryn Kuczynski, Lisbeth Mejia De La Cruz, Karolin RezkGrade 10 – George Attia, Britanny Figueroa Leon, Morin FriegGrade 11 – Isabella Attisano, Arsh Banerjee, Bavly Halaka, Daria Kukhar, Wanqi LiGrade 12 – Mariyah Fatima, Jessica Garcia, Nora LaVilla, Danielle Zimny First Honor RollGrade 9 – Demiana Abdalla, Angel Abdelaziz, Joyce Abdelmissih, Gira Abdou, Elaria Abdy, Kiara Abreu, Hezekiah Adams, Youstina Adly, Kirollos Agaybe, Aliza Ahmed, Isabella Alvarez, Angel Alvarez San Inocencio, David Amin, Rozan Armanious, Mariam Ashmalla, Anas Baal, Mueez Baig, Brandon Barboza, Julianna Basily, Mark Basta, Melanie Bello Juarez, Richard Bukowski, Mikayla Carrillo, Samantha Castro, Paul Cedillo Carchi, Michelle Chen, Brayden Cotter, Mercedes Cruz, Blesson Daniel, Cris Daoud, Gianna Dobra, Khadejah Fatima, Minatallah Fattouh, Megan Feeley, Caitlin Feeley, Katarzyna Filipkowski, Dylan Follmer, Cathrine Gabrail, Aghaby Gallab, Illiana Garcia, Anthony Gebraeil, Robert Geisler, Abanoub Gendy, Ashley German Magallanes, Maria Ghaly, Marcel Gomes, Asiyah Hafeez, Antonio Hallenbeck, Sammy Hamze, Jessica Heaney, Juliana Henao Cordoba, Eric Huang, Peter Huaynate, Maura Hundley, Angelina Ignatenko, Giacomo Incannila, Daniel Jedrzejczyk, Katiya Jenkins, Sean Klores, Jacob Kowal, Ryan Kroun, Amanda Kruchkowski, Polina Kukhar, Faith Lapinski, Mikal Leighton, Ashley Lin, Hana Mohamed, Rebecca Mosquera, Cindy Mungroo, Edilly Nunez, Israel Olivas, Simon Orellana Cruz, Sohom Pal, Jennifer Palacios Flores, Cameron Pearson, Michael Pellegrino, Sebastian Posluszny, Sidrah Rafaqat, Sarah Rafie, Ariel Rankin, Marina Rezkalla, Jumana Rizk, Christian Rodriguez, Tiana Rosario, Karla Rosario, Natalia Rutkowska, Ashley Sandhu, Aneesa Santiago, Randell Sarrosa, Maria Seif, Sara Shaalan, Syed Shahid, Timothy Sim, Lesbia Steuth-Candalaria, Asmaa Taalba, Maximo Tiu Cua, Marcus Torres, Reese Trowbridge, Crystal Trujillo, Nebula Vidal, Youanna Wiesa, Amir Wissa, Daye Xue, Angela Youannas, Daryl Young, Madison Zabnicki, Mariam Zaki, Michelle ZimnyGrade 10 – Christeen Abdelshahied, Jovanna Abdou, Rashed Abousetta, Alexis Aiello, Grace Alfonso, Sandra Aniss, Yailin Arroyo, Hammad Ashraf, Samantha Baez, Maimouna Barry, Sandra Bishara, Aaiz Butt, Maggie Caley, Ione Casais, Lisbeth Cerda, David Collins, Jaezlene Cornielle, Kaela Costanzo, Loriebel Dalina, Liliana DeMoya, Alexander Diaz, Lylah Diaz, Jenna Downey, Maysoon Elzanfali, Sara Ferdji, Angelina Figueroa, Samantha Galano, Kyrillos Georgy, Eva Girgis, Eriny Girgis, Tae Hyun Gu, Marc Angelo Gumangan, Michael Hanley, Adham Hassan, Dylan Hedler, Gesselle Hernandez, Mary Kalds, Chowon Kim, Vilease King, Sandra Lawndy, Edwyn Lopez, Tuchau Ly, Ashanty Manzo Salas, Emily Martinez, Youssef Marzouk, Owen Morales, Kaitlyn Murphy, Kelly Murphy, Simon Nashed, Michael Nashed, Karen Ni, Savannah Nosal, Victoria Nowak, Caroline O’Rourke, Alexander Ogando, Jazlynn Olea, Maxine Onkoba, Yash Parikh, Denise Payumo, Herbert Paz-Bautista, Brianne Peralta, Cristal Perez, David Uriel Perez, Anisa Powell, Emilie Puja, Angela Ragheb, Victoria Ramkelawan, Emily Ramos, Christina Reid, Alissa Rivera, Jeyline Rodriguez, Alyssa Rozario, Thomas Saleh, Amanda Shi, Madison Stefaniak, Patryk Swierzbinski, Kaisha Tingman, Alysa Vega, Seif Youssef, Chu Ming ZhengGrade 11 – Kevin Aguilar, Keyla Almonte Vasquez, Benyamin Anton, Yanibel Arias, Joseph Arrigo, Hareem Awan, Mariam Bawy, Ahmad Bhutta, Jatna Brito Arambulo, Lauren Burghardt, Jose Cabrera, Jessica Capitano, Alba Castillo, Leonardo Cieslik, Joshua Clifton, Brian Cotter, Tristram Dacayan, Habiba Desouky, Brandon Diaz, Greuly Diaz, Jonathon Drake, Dominique Egalite, Shehab Elbadawi, Iman Elfadaly, Yaheya Elsaid, Safa Elzanfali, Emily Enriquez Lopez, Skarlett Estevez, Caroline Estfanos, Anthony Figueroa Leon, George Gaber, Iris Garcia, Sophia Garcia, Joseph Garilao, Rhiza Gavino, Marina George, Julianna Giornalista, Cindy Gonzalez Munoz, Christina Hanna, Yiree Hernandez, Zuri Hines, Brianna Hoffmann, David Humen, Justin Hunt, Shady Kamel, Kristina Kuckailis, Ahmed Lack, Cindy Le, Victoria Legregin, Milton Machuca Chavez, Sofia Marino, Daniel McAuliffe, Maria Melendez, Eduarda Mendoza Galarraga, Carlos Miranda, Erin Murphy, Makayla Myers, Harris Naqvi, Sarah Nemiri, Jayde O’Neill, Xavier Oyola, Jaquan Pakeera, Kristina Patel, Cavan Perera, Jada Phillips, Altagracia Pimentel-Vasquez, Briana Prout, Jan Quimpo, Xenia Ramirez, Daniel Robinson, Francisco Rodas, Jada Rodriguez, Adam Sakowicz, Peter Samaan, Humza Sandhu, Diorys Savinon, Emily Schumann, Khadija Shahzad, Alexus Sims, Indarjeet Singh, Danny Thai, Stephanie Toruno, Pamela Valdez, Nicholas Valencia, Trang Van, Feliciana Vargas, Alexander Wu, Daniele Yohannan, Arianna YurekGrade 12 – Marielys Abraham Reyes, Frankely Acosta Mendoza, Yomna Ali, Zanab Aziz, Casey Baquero, Juan Miguel Belamide, Destiny Bowens, Landy Brito Valerio, Matthew Brown, Vincent Calderone, Alex Camacho, Deven Camacho, Wilson Castillo, Julien Castro, Maria Cavero Munoz, Talia Charles, Ashley Clark, Jose Clase Ruiz, Nicholas Crescenzo, Kassandra Cruz, Tyra Cruz, Mariekler Cruz-Nunez, Victoria Cuevas, Nada Daoud, Angel Davis, Arlinda Dervishaj, Ehrin Dix, Isabelle Egalite, Maria El Saker, Youssef Elsemein, Carolle Espinili, Anna Filipkowski, Haley Fiuza, Kira Flores Murillo, Cristina Garay, Michelle Garcia, Usstina Ghattas, Ana Guerra Martinez, Alexander Hicks, Catherine Hill, James Hodkinson, Kara Jozwiak, Andres Juarez, David Juarez, Jozaven Kalds, Meryvn Keronche, Amad Khan, Athena Lambos, Alexios Lambos, Frances LaVilla, Kevin Lazaro-Vazquez, Alyssa Lopez, Amaya Loyal-Benton, Julisa Luise, Julissa Machin, Patricia Maldonado Romero, Ethan Kyle Malinao, Sara Massoud, Ryan McNamara, Giancarlo Megale, Melissa Mena, Filip Milkowski, Arman Moazampour, Alice Montes, Destiny Morelli, Sarra Nasim, Sabrina Nezaj, Alisa Novembrino, Kaia Orange, Melissa Ouhocine, Nahim Oukpedjo, Betty Paniagua, Mia Pepe, Angel Perez, Alicia Powell, Shantal Proano, Franchesca Quinonez, Cindy Ramdat, Vito Rizzi, Jacob Rodriguez, Melanie Sagun, Bryan Sanchez, Evangelina Sandoval, Isabel Santiago, Maria Schirta, Cyril Shenouda, Christopher Silva, Katherine Silven Rodriguez, Carina Spanski, Vincent Squitieri, Rosalia Suzana Mejia, Christopher Torres, Melanie Uraga, Gina Vaccaro, Eiliana Vargas, Lixsi Vazquez, Casey White, Shelby Williams, Emma WodzanowskiSecond Honor RollGrade 9 – Sherif Abadir, Charles Acosta, Manal Ahmed, Ashley Alvarez, Christopher Arias, Taylor Arrigo, Maikel Ashmalla, Karletta Austin, Angel Barker, Martin Betances, Khadija Bibi, Abanob Boles, Allyson Bourdoin, Michelle Bravo, Lee Akxel Brito Rosario, Victoria Caal, Micaela Caballero, Angel Caceres Umanzor, Daniela Carriel Reinoso, Alex Casais, Nicholas Cazenave, Christopher Conyers, Leiny Cordero, Christine Dahshan, Joseph Demmy, Zephora Despi, Yousra Dridi, Leo Duran, Somaia Elokda, Miguel Escalona, Monica Eskander, Rawan Gad, Ashly Garcia Perez, Melina Garcia Santana, Glenisha George, Mrmr Gerges, Kiara German, Silvana Ghattas, Crystal Gonzalez, Ava Goralski, Amy Graziosi, Jonathan Gurgus, Kasper Hooks, Siarra Howell, Maria Ishak, Mirna Ishaq, Christine Iskander, Ryan Jacobs, AAsis Jaura, Julian Kelly-Valerio, Kevin Kimball, Brandon Kobryn, Kacey Lewis, Jayden Lopez Sanchez, Victor Manjarrez, Olivia Marcano, Esmeralda Martinez, Gabriella Megale, Juliana Mendoza, Steven Mendoza-Rodriguez, Jerimayah Motino, Olivia Moussa, Muhammad Mustafa, Jia Ni, Charlotte O’Hare, Arnold Ongiri, Bryan Ortiz, Julian Pagan, Gabriella Pagan, Evan Perea, Welikadage Perera, Julian Perez, Sean Samuel Pessinaba, Issak Rivera, Liyah Rodriguez, Itzel Rojas Veyta, Christian Rosalsky, Alyson Santiago, Mawa Sarr, Anthony Scifo, Aysheh Seif, Youstina Semaan, Joshua Singer, Rita Snaky, Isis Sookram, Genesis Torres, Alex Vazquez, Sara Vidal, Savanna Vitale, Hailey Walters, Jason Wiley, Sean Williams, Natalie Winters, Pavly Youssef, Ivan ZhuGrade 10 – Lesly Abarua Bastista, Christina Agaybe, Mahima Aktar, Ibrahim Al-Nassir, Kaitlyn Anthony, Rachael Araujo, Mina Asaad, Abanoub Awad, Melania Awad, David Ayead, Mariam Aziz, Alexandra Baburov, Gorge Badros, Marina Bawy, Kiarrah Bishop, Kyrollos Boktor, Mario Boles, Olivia Cardona, Marvin Charles, Saad Chohan, Alanna Ciarlandini, Katelynn Cruz, Mina Dawood, Elisabeth Diaz Segura, Fernanda Dubon Suyen, Myranda Freire, Danielly Garcia, Mira Gendy, Gabriel George, Juliana Ghaly, Petra Ghaly, Gianna Giocoli, Aixa Gonzalez, Lori Graziosi, Thomas Grossi, Domenica Guaman Freire, Tashu Gupta, Abbas Hamze, Jenifer Hernandez, Jeninya Holley, Damon Lin, Dariel Lopez, Yandry Macias, Michael Malloy, Stacy Martinez, Jacqueline Mauricio, Quadirah Mc Daniel, Michael Meadows, Logan Mele, Carlos Melendez, Marina Milk, Alexander Montalvo, Katelyn Moody, Michael Nargi, Zeeshan Naveed, Kiara Opoku, Joshua Ozuna, Justin Padron, Izabella Pagan, Tamia Phillips, Richely Pujols Cadet, Mya Ramos, Ashley Ramos, Amber Rodriguez, Hailey Rodriguez, Sarah Roesinger, Kareem Saad, Ahmed Saed, Simral Sajid, Sabrina Santana, Fatimah Shaikh, Aaliyah Silva, Nicole Sosa Juarez, Xavier Sylvers, Melissa Tlatelpa, Christopher Treadwell, Chi Ho Tung, Raymond Urbanski, Dominick Velez, Isabella Vera, Natalie Villegas, Jacob Wachulec, Rylee Waldron, Destiny Walker, Sydney Weber, Dylan William, Brandon Wright, Rhianna Yagual Johnson, Maryam Yousaf, Sara Youssef, Maryam ZakyGrade 11 – Ramy Abdellatif, Gina Ahmed, Samantha Alamo, Brianna Albuja Suarez, Muhammad Ali, Rafael Alvarez, Janaaron Aquino, Naya Arroyo, Abdel Awad, Fajr Baig, Starla Bamba, Brian Baranok, Mariam Beashay, Isabella Bilotta, Gracey Boutrus, Sophia Burns, Jason Castano, Alexa Castillo, Erin Cleary, Brianna Cruz, Haili D’Angelo, Makoye Diawara, Alyssa Domingues, Isabella Dominguez, Klara Eid, Nisrine Elidrissi, Mohamed Elsayed, Kermina Eskandar, Domenico Esposito, Jamila Fogoe, Amareese Forty, Michel Gaid, Zachary Gamboa, Ada Gamez Umanzor, Amy Ghaly, Krismely Gomera, Kellie Gonzalez, Amanda Guirguis, Tynea Hardy, James Henkel, Alexia Hernandez, Joustina Ibrahim, Hamza Iqbal, Martina Ishaq, Sara Kaldas Gerges, Maria Kamel, Job Khakula, Abdul Moueed Khan, Damaris Laureano, Francis LiButti, Michelle Lopez, Alejandra Lopez, Charlotte Lowery, Taina Luna, Jason Lyons, Affan Mahmood, Claudia Mendez, James Merrick, Amanda Morales, David Morkos, David Mossad, Sydney Murillo, Jennifer Nakhla, Nicholas Nolan, Mahnoor Nooman, Katlyn O’Donnell, Khristyna Osenenko, Sotiris Papakyriakou, Yesha Parikh, Sahil Parmar, Rhemie Beatrix Patiak, Sara Petrowski, Dylon Podlinski, Melanie Reyes, Jonathan Rivera, Katherine Rodriguez, Jeraldine Rodriguez Blanco, Gianella Rosado, Anthony Salaverria, Fayez Saleh, Alexander Sandoval, Elaine Santos, Donald Savo, Gia Simmons, Maksim Sokolov, Fagr Soliman, Samantha Soto, Gisi Tarabolsi, Gianna Thomas, Alexandra Toczynski, Tah’ Shaun Townes, Andrea Urruchurto, Betsy Valencia, Tysona White, Jousiph Yakoub, Dylan YeungGrade 12 – Anthony Abdelmessih, Lauretta Alicea-Wohltman, Justin Almanzar, Erick Alvarado, Youanna Amir, Iman Ashraf, Joseph Astalos, Alejandra Avendano, Zachary Balint, Matthew Baron, Kevin Bautista, Christiana Bayot, Rickhraj Boadnarine, Dylan Bourdoin, Jasmine Calder, Natalia Carchidi, Amy Castellon, Catherine Castellon, Gabriela Cruz, Ivan Dayle Cua, Gina Daddio, Emily Diaz, Rahnasia Dutton, Gianna Ferrari, Martina Hanna, Troy Hollingsworth, Eleni Houston, Alya Kamnaksh, Sarah Khalifeh, Sheyla Leonardini, Jenna Lozinak, Nathan Mazak-Rivera, Ermia Melika, Meghann Mock, Maria Moro, Amanda Munoz, Jessica Nilsen, Gebrielle Nono, Larisa Oldano, Giana Orlando, Christina Pallitto, Keesha Parikh, William Parsley, Paige Pfleger, Destinee Pitt, Dylan Porcelli, Alexander Preciado, Edson Quiroga Vera, Izabella Rodriguez, Helynn Rodriguez, Samantha Rozario, Alexie Marie Sabado, Kirolous Shenouda, Kermena Shenouda, Kameela Shoaib, Stanley Siminsky, Sonia Suarez Torres, Ashley Suthammanont, Austyn Torres, Jennifer Torres Ochoa, Joseph Vasallo, Andee Vidal, Kerolos Zakherlast_img read more

April 21, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgJames Gibson of cake decorations company Sweet Sensations knows he is swimming against the tide as he speaks up in defence of synthetic food colours in icing sugar and marzipan.The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has imposed a voluntary ban on six synthetic E-number food colours from the end of 2009, and retailers have already demanded suppliers clean up labels. Europe is also set to impose labelling regulations on the forbidden colours from 2010.But the ’synthetic versus natural’ debate is far from black and white, according to Gibson. As he argues: “In cake decoration you want the product to look good enough to eat. These new natural colours are dull and boring. I can understand why you would want to limit consumption in everyday use, but in cake decoration, you only have one birthday cake and it should look attractive.”There’s a lot more to the case he is making than appearance, he adds. He takes the example of annatto, a reddish-orange dye made from the seed of the achiote, which is being used as a natural alternative yellow dye. “In 10kg of marzipan I would use 5g of synthetic colour and, actually, only 12% of that would be colour. With the natural colour I have to use 120g,” he says.On top of that, are the natural colours actually proven to be better? Gibson’s own daughter is allergic to annatto, he explains, suffering from fever if she accidentally consumes it.The Food and Drink Federation’s (FDF) Biscuit, Cake, Chocolate and Confectionery (BCCC) sector manager Barbara Gallani is also unconvinced by the relative benefits of natural colours: “In terms of shelf-life, stability, and with regard to the cost of natural colours, there are a number of issues that manufacturers need to address,” she says. However, consumer demand for clean-label makes this a particularly sensitive issue to tackle, she says. The FDF continues to engage with the FSA on it, she adds.Colours crackdownThe crackdown on artificial colours follows a Southampton University study, commissioned by the FSA in 2007. The study, Chronic and acute effects of artificial colourings and preservatives on children’s behaviour, was published in The Lancet.It looked at consumption of the preservative sodium benzoate (E211), and artificial colours; tartrazine (E102), ponceau 4R (E124), sunset yellow (E110), carmoisine (E122), quinoline yellow (E104) and allura red AC (E129).It considered the effect of mixes of these additives on a range of children aged between three and nine, drawn from the general population and across a range of hyperactivity and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder severities.The researchers concluded that artificial food colours and additives exacerbate hyperactive behaviour in children – at least up to middle childhood.At its board meeting in April 2008, the FSA agreed that the UK food industry should be encouraged to remove the colours voluntarily by 2009. And it shared the Southampton research findings with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which was conducting a review of the safety of all food colours approved for use in the European Union, at the request of the European Commission.In March 2008, EFSA issued its opinion on the Southampton study, saying that the study could not be used as a basis for altering the Acceptable Daily Intakes of the additives in question.As the situation stands, from the end of 2010, products made using the six Southampton colours (see image) will have to carry a warning: “May have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children.” Details of how this will work have yet to be finalised. And it would appear the jury is still very much out on whether it is a good idea. Dreary-looking celebration cakes are bound to be a less-than-welcome result for the bakery sector.—-=== Some natural food dyes ===l Caramel colouring – made from caramelised sugar, used in cola products and also in cosmeticsl Annatto – a reddish-orange dye made from the seed of the achiotel A green dye made from chlorella algael Cochineal – a red dye derived from the cochineal insect, Dactylopius Coccusl Betanin – extracted from beetsl Turmericl Saffronl Paprikal Elderberry juice—-=== Why ban artificial colours? ===The FSA’s arguments for banning the ’Southampton Six’ food colours:l the Southampton study is “a scientific study of the highest quality”l there is an accumulating body of evidence that there is an association between the consumption of certain food colours and children’s behaviourl all food additives must be safe for use in order to be approved. The available evidence now leaves uncertainty as to whether that safety can be confidently assertedl the technological function of colours in food is about conferring a consumer choice benefit rather than a safety benefitl a significant part of the UK food industry is already moving away from the use of artificial food colours in responding to consumer demand.And the Food and Drink Federation’s position:”For a number of years, the UK industry has been responding to consumers’ demands for fewer artificial additives in food and drinks. Our members have been reducing the use of the colours highlighted in the Southampton study. The overwhelming majority of products don’t contain these particular colours. However, there are a handful of popular food and drinks where reformulation has not been possible for technical reasons and we are concerned these will have to be taken off shop shelves in light of the FSA proposal.”last_img read more

September 16, 2019 | |Post a Comment

first_imgWashington State University Vancouver will observe the 50th anniversary of the Freedom Summer of 1964 and the Civil Rights Act with a two-day free symposium, “The Power of Racial Coalition,” on Oct. 29-30. It will feature film footage, lectures and panel discussions. Participants will explore the value of interracial unity, coalition-building, political education and activism.• Recalling the Power of Racial Coalition: 4 – 6:30 p.m. Oct. 29 in Dengerink Administration Building, Room 110. Through film and discussion, this event will focus on coalition-building and activism, centering on Freedom Summer of 1964. The Civil Rights Act was established on July 2, 1964. With white youth and black organizers joining in the cause, the coalition registered voters, established Freedom Schools and drew attention to violence and murders in the Jim Crow South.• Racial Coalition in 2014: Noon – 2:30 p.m. Oct. 30 in Dengerink Administration Building, Room 110. The Rev. Donald Matthews, author of “Honoring the Ancestor,” a scholar of religion and black studies, will discuss the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision of a “beloved community.” Panelists will represent the Vancouver and Portland National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Urban League and WSU Vancouver.The campus at 14204 N.E. Salmon Creek Ave. is accessible by C-Tran bus. Parking is available at meters and in the blue daily pay lot for $3. Learn more at www.vancouver.wsu.edu.last_img read more