Latin’s Initiative for Ethics (LIFE) hosted a lunch forum on ethics and healthcare with two distinguished guests: Juliet Sorensen worked with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and currently is a professor of international law at Northwestern's Pritzker School of Law and teaches about human rights and healthcare; and Dr. Mardge Cohen is a former doctor at Cook County hospital and founder of its Women and Children HIV program, Medical Director of WE-ACTx, an international NGO that provides comprehensive HIV care in Rwanda and currently practices at Boston Healthcare for Homeless.
Do you know how to build an app? The entire eighth grade class does! Building an app as a way to share out information is something that is part of the curriculum in the middle school at Latin.
JK and SK families participated in the first annual Family Math Day at Latin in April.
As part of the ninth grade Global Studies class, students learn about the concepts of hierarchy, network and culture, and how those concepts shaped human history.
This quarter, seventh graders learned how the skeletal and muscular systems work together to create movement in the human body.