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What Teachers Watch: Jordan Wang

Isabel Ibarra

Isabel Ibarra

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If you are a returning student at Presentation High School, you may remember the running articles “iPod Psychoanalysis” in which investigative reporters would look at teachers’ iPods and make surprisingly accurate assumptions about those teachers’ lives based upon the songs they enjoyed.

But since Presentation has recently gotten tech-savvy, journalists for The Voice decided to revamp the column with a brand new “What Teachers Watch” that interpret staff members’ Netflix queues! In the interest of hard-charging journalism, it is just as accurate and investigative as our previous series. To kick it off, chemistry teacher Jordan Wang agreed to participate.

First up on the list is the extremely popular Mean Girls.  At first, this might seem like a confusing choice for a chemistry teacher, but it makes sense.  After all, Wang teaches in an all-girls’ high school and he needs to understand the enigma that is the female mind.

Also in the queue is a detective show, “Sherlock.”  Wang is most likely building up his sleuthing skills in case a mystery opens up on campus.  In fact, he has been seen sneaking around campus at night calling out, “Here, kitty, kitty!” and using a magnifying glass to look for pawprints.  Sources say he is searching for the legendary Panther.

When not training to be the next Sherlock Holmes, Wang relaxes with an episode of “Adventure Time.”  This children’s show on Cartoon Network brings back childhood nostalgia for Wang and puts him in touch with his inner child.  He also does this by playing his Nintendo DS in the Pres hallways.

The last show is one that every chemistry teacher should watch.  About a high school chem teacher turned drug overlord, “Breaking Bad” features Walter White selling methamphetamine to support his family.  We all see Mr. Wang conducting science labs during school hours, but could he be up to more dastardly plans after hours?  After all, he always talks about how you can apply science to real-life situations. All jokes aside, Wang is probably just watching the show because of the the action-packed plot.  But if you see your chem teacher meeting up with a scary looking person in an abandoned parking lot, it might be a good idea to run.

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