Henry Dikeman is a writer for the features section at The Talon. Also a member of various activities including speech and debate, science olympiad, math team, and DECA, when Henry isn't busy with activities or schoolwork, he enjoys reading, going for runs, or playing video games.
He hopes to major in engineering and math after high school, with his top colleges including UW-Madison, Georgia Tech, CalTech, and the University of Michigan.
Henry is very interested in STEM subjects, with classes like Computer Science, Anatomy, and Chemistry as his favorite to date. Further, through his intense study of the modern sciences, with focuses on chemistry, engineering, math, and the laws of physics, he has come to one groundbreaking and essential conclusion: jet fuel can't melt steel beams.
And whatever you do, remember, never go hunting with Dick Cheney.
As Patrick Star once said, "Finland!"
Henry Dikeman, Features Writer
|Jan 03, 2017|| |
A Few Good Memes (Story)
|Oct 31, 2016|| |
The Science of Being Scared (Story)
|Oct 19, 2016|| |
Virtual Reality: Clever Gimmick or the Future of Tech? (Story)
|Mar 02, 2016|| |
The Five Most Common Myths About E-Cigarettes (Story)
|Feb 05, 2016|| |
Standardized Redundancy: The Failure of American Testing? (Story)
|Jan 12, 2016|| |
Strong Start For Apple Valley’s New DECA Chapter (Story)