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“Mathematics and Beauty are strongly linked.” Discuss.

“Mathematics and Beauty are strongly linked.


May 24, 2020

“How can it be that mathematics, being after all a product of human thought independent of experience, is so admirably adapted to the objects of reality?” – Albert Einstein   Beauty in mathematics is a concept that has been discussed for many years now. But, in order to understand the exte...

Source: CNN

Man runs 20.2M for disadvantaged children

May 24, 2020

Patrick Rodio, 47, is a marathon runner in New Jersey. On May 3rd, he ran 20.2 miles to raise money for graduating students at Collingswood High School.   Collingswood High School’s 117 seniors have had their final year of school affected by the coronavirus pandemic, which meant that many...

Non-Fiction Book Recommendations

Non-Fiction Book Recommendations

May 11, 2020

Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez In a world that’s been designed for men, women’s needs often go by unnoticed. According to The Guardian, the word “feminism” has become so familiar that people have begun to feel tired of hearing it. A recent survey uncovered that more than two-thirds...

Source: The Guardian

Brown Bear Sighting

May 11, 2020

Whilst the Invernadeiro national park, in the Ourense province in Galicia, is well known for its range of animals, such as wolves and genets, it has been a century and a half since the last brown bear was spotted in this area. The film company Zeitun filming their new documentary, Montaña ou Morte (Mountain ...

Photo taken by Diana Kelly

MMI London’s History

April 21, 2020

The Marymount London campus is a beautiful building with loads of history, as fellow Marymount girl Diana (Kirchen) Kelly discovered. Diana was an 8thgrade Marymount student in 1967-68. Although her time at Marymount was short, she always visits it whenever she is back in England. During her 2004 visit...

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Baking Recipes

March 30, 2020

This article is a constantly developing collection of the best and most delicious desserts and bakes, displayed and presented through easy-to-follow steps and pictures. Whether you wish to put your baker's hat on and prepare a dessert to be enjoyed at a gathering where everybody can admire your skills,...

Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips

Kathleen Fairweather

March 30, 2020

BANANA BREAD A true classic, banana bread is great for any occasion and any time of the day. This simple and moist banana bread recipe is easy to make - with minimal ingredients and minimal cleanup, it's a very practical recipe with delicious results. To spice your banana bread up, consider adding chocolate chips to the mix, which is great for coaxing young kids to try some. Just a dab of butter and a lovely cup of tea along with a slice makes for the perfect snack. Ingredients  2 to 3 very ripe bananas, peel...

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Happy News

March 30, 2020

Many times when listening to the news, especially in these times, we hear stories of war and death and disease. The subject matters and headlines of today's news are often depressing, turning some of us away from opening news apps or newspapers as we feel we already know what same sad stories will be...

Apple Crumble

Alexandra Miller

March 30, 2020

APPLE CRUMBLE This simple yet delicious apple crumble recipe for four is sure to impress as either a dessert or act as well-deserved comfort food after a week of hard work. Prepared with minimal ingredients, you can easily use up leftovers in your kitchen without having to go on a tiresome visit to the local supermarket. This crumble also has the quality of being easy to ‘dress up’ or ‘dress down’, since you can add, replace, or take away certain ingredients as you fancy, therefore serving you well in any situa...

My workspace

How to create a positive workspace at home

March 30, 2020

Now that we are all stuck at home trying to juggle between seven or so different subject’s worth of work, I believe that it is crucial to learn how to make your own positive workspace at home. At home, it is easy for you to become your own worst enemy, for when you are not surrounded by teachers and...

Interview with 1968 MMI alumna

Diana in front of Marymount on her first day

Alexandra Miller and Nadiyah Hansraj

March 26, 2020

In a comment on a Marymount Messenger article, Mrs Diana Kelly kindly encouraged us to contact her about her life during the 'Swinging Sixties' when she attended Marymount as an American student. Interested in learning about Diana's experiences, we got in contact with her and interviewed her about ce...

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The world’s first 3D-printed neighbourhood in Mexico

March 24, 2020

Families living on $3 a day in New Mexico have been given a home, thanks to a giant 3D printer. The neighbourhood aims to include 50 homes, all to be completed by the end of 2020. These houses are there to replace the structures that families have built out of wood, metal, and whatever other materials...

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