The Science Survey

Michael Ho
Michael Ho is a Staff Reporter for ‘The Science Survey’ and a Student Life Section Reporter for ‘The  Observatory.’ He admires journalistic writings because he believes in the freedom of information for the people and the right of the people to know what is going on in their communities, country, and the world. He is also an advocate for the first amendment and his interest in journalistic writing stems from this interest. In addition, Michael finds that journalistic photography helps to tell a story. As the old saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” By taking pictures and sharing them, Michael believes that thry effectively and efficiently spread a message amongst everyone. Also, photographs reach a larger audience as there are no language barriers associated with photographs; you only need a single eye to understand a photograph. Outside of school, Michael really enjoys traveling. His favorite places are San Francisco, Seattle, Victoria Island, and Taiwan. During his free time, he plays tennis with friends. In college, Michael wants to go to law school or business school. He sees himself writing works of nonfiction or news articles, possibly for news outlets like the Associated Press in his future.  

Michael Ho, Staff Reporter

Nov 24, 2019
Enjoyment of Sports (Media)
Jun 30, 2019
The Complicated Status of Gaming ‘Loot Boxes’ (Story/Media)
Jun 30, 2019
A Change to an Annualized Grading System (Story/Media)
Mar 25, 2019
Advanced Placement, Advanced Registration (Story/Media)
Mar 25, 2019
“I Eat Nails for Breakfast” (Media)
Dec 12, 2018
Serena Williams: A Victim of Herself (Story/Media)
May 25, 2018
Mental Health Week Gets a Makeover (Media)
May 15, 2018
Teacher Strikes Across the US; Responses and Timeline of Events (Story/Media)
May 10, 2018
Baseball is Back With a Full Swing (Story/Media)
Mar 04, 2018
Going Back in Time: A Review of School Events in the Fall 2017 Semester (Media)
Mar 01, 2018
An X-traordinary Phone (Story/Media)
Dec 29, 2017
Girls’ Varsity Tennis Team Served Up a Great Season (Story/Media)
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Michael Ho