Sandor Magyar

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My name is Sandor, and I am a freshman at Okemos High School. I am very meticulous and like to do things perfectly, which makes me a slow worker. However, I can also be very efficient when needed. Although I am usually quiet, I am active in class. I have a good memory and am a fast learner, making learning languages or memorizing music or drills for marching band easy for me. I am also good at math and science. I like to fly my Ember 2 remote control airplane and play percussion, Chinese chess (which I just learned about last summer in China), ping-pong, badminton and tennis. I love being in the school marching band, too.

Questions about myself:
What can I do to have more free time?
What would be the best job for me when I grow up?
How can I use my skills to make the world better?
Where will I go to college?
Will I work or live in foreign countries?
Questions about the world:
What will the world be like in twenty years?
What are the answers to the biggest questions of science?
What is it like to be in other dimensions?
How will climate change be dealt with?
What will people do when there is no oil left in the ground?

Posts by Sandor Magyar

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Archetypes in The Hobbit | I think that in The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien, Bilbo Baggins definitely follows the archetype of the hero’s journey. At first, he is a normal, unadventurous hobbit, but unexpectedly, he embarks on a... Added on Friday, May 29, 2015 - 08:03, with
Blown Away by Doomsday Book | Doomsday Book by Connie Willis is about how in the future, the different colleges in Oxford are sending historians back in time to give firsthand accounts history. Kivrin is sent to 1320, but before... Added on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 - 08:42, with
My Cultural Identity | Recently, I made a collage on ThingLink about my culture, which includes my personal and family culture, the culture of Okemos and the culture of the US in general. Here it is: https://www.thinglink.... Added on Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 06:48, with
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Reflection | I just finished reading The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, and I must say that it is a wholly remarkable book. At first, I was confused about all the random pieces of information... Added on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 18:59, with 1 comment(s)
Dune: A Reflection | Dune, by Frank Herbert, is easily my favorite science fiction novel now. It is a masterpiece of literature and far ahead of its time, requiring the author to imagine and create an entire universe... Added on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 - 17:51, with
Life As We Knew It: A Reflection | I have recently finished reading Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer, and one of the qualities I liked most about it was that it transported me into its world so well that I didn't remember... Added on Monday, October 27, 2014 - 22:23, with 19 comment(s)
Sandor | My name is Sandor. It is a common Hungarian name, the Hungarian version of Alexander, which comes from Alexander the Great. He was one of the greatest kings of all time, and his name means “protector... Added on Friday, October 3, 2014 - 18:43, with
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The Incredible journey sounds | The Incredible journey sounds like a great book!... 2 years 46 weeks ago in response to Archetype
I was also interested in the | I was also interested in the culture of the past... 2 years 49 weeks ago in response to A story set in the future and the past at the same time
Great essay | I also feel that modern society is epitomized by... 3 years 3 weeks ago in response to I Believe in Individuality and Standing Up for Radical Ideas
I see your point, but I would have to disagree | Although we may not use the exact same language... 3 years 5 weeks ago in response to Shakespeare. Should we still teach his works in schools today?
I like the idea | That is a good idea. I am also surprised that... 3 years 5 weeks ago in response to Online Classes Over First Hour
Good job | Nice post, vfarmer. The book seems very exciting... 3 years 14 weeks ago in response to Richard, in Black Boy is gentle and adventurous