COLUMBIA CITY â€” In 10 years of Beth Scharpenbergâ€™s final calculus projects, a parody three of her students turned in this week were at the top of her list.
â€śThis is the best project Iâ€™ve ever had turned in,â€ť Scharpenberg.
Apparently, a national news source, the Huffington Post, agrees.
Miranda Johnson, Celine Rongos and Corinne Kauffman took their final assignment to the next level, making a music video from the song â€śThrift Shopâ€ť by Macklemore, and stuffing it full of calculus terms.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Doris Fogel, a Holocaust survivor, was the featured speaker at Columbia Cityâ€™s Rotary Club meeting Tuesday.
She is the executive director of the Fort Wayne Jewish Federation.
Fogel opened her remarks stating that it was â€ś60 years ago that the world averted its eyes from the Germans,â€ť and that ultimately allowed over 6 million men, women and children to be systematically killed in death camps scattered all over Europe.
â€śAs a survivor, we lost our youth, and we lost our innocence,â€ť said Fogel. â€śHope was all we had to deal with the atrocities against the Jews.â€ť