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About Prof. Jenny Lupin

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  • Birthday 06/12/1988

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    Female
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    Wisconsin, yo~
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    Telling people to earn points, Japan, Softball, Baseball, Reading, Running...

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  1. EXTRA EXCITING GQT NEWS (Part 2)!! Patrick James has agreed to be the GQT Co-Captain!! Congrats Pat!!!!! :D

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    2. Shadow Gaunt

      Shadow Gaunt

      Congratulations!!

    3. Zach Jameson
    4. Prof. Zenix James

      Prof. Zenix James

      Way to go, my brother from another mother!

  2. Exciting GQT news (Part 1)!! During the GQT vs RQT game, we scored 80 points! We're making fantastic progress this year, so be sure to come out and support the GQT vs HQT next Saturday, 19 March 18, at 9 pm HOL (4 pm EST)!!! 

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    2. Sky Alton

      Sky Alton

      Wooo GQT!!!!!!!! And Patrick managed that while melting, seriously impressive. Also *shoots Tarma a sideways look*

    3. Prof. Tarma Amelia Black
    4. Zach Jameson
  3. is there a way to now the schedule in advance? i want to play but I am never able to get online

  4. Congrats to GQT on a well played game vs HQT this weekend!! And extra special congrats to Prof. Zenix James for her MVP award!! :D  

     

    Remember, if interested in joining the Gryffindor Quidditch Team, message me!

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    2. Zach Jameson
    3. Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

      Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

      It was an amazing and very fun game. Thank you! And, well done, Zenix.  :)

    4. Prof. Zenix James

      Prof. Zenix James

      AMAZING GAME! Both teams! And thanks, Tarma.

  5. Happy Birthday, Missa!! :D Hope it is very purple!! 

  6. Brushing the dust off the broomsticks!! GQT will be flying back soon! :D

  7. Prof. Jenny Lupin

    We'll HELP (Re)Decorating Gryffindor

    Bahaha, yes, please send more ideas! This is great! KEEP 'EM COMING HOLLERS! :D
  8. Thanks to everyone who turned in applications for Newt's Assistant!! He is carefully review the applications and we will announce the results soon! :D

  9. Last Magicalzoologist Task is posted! You can still turn in ALL tasks! Due Date is Dec 7th!! 

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    November Activity - Fantastic Beasts!

    Application Part 4: Excellent Hunter! Newt is always hunting for new magical creatures, so as his assistant, you have to have a great eye! Can you spot all the magical creatures (and a few miscellaneous things) in the puzzle below? Please send in your answer in an image! If you have questions, please ask! :) Due Date: December 7, 2016 (I extended the date since I was a little late in putting this up.) Remember, please turn in all submissions by PM to Prof. Jenny Lupin!
  11. Task 3 is posted! You can still submit Tasks 1 and 2!! Don't wait! :D

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    November Activity - Fantastic Beasts!

    Application Part 3: Knowledgeable! As Newt is researching and documenting some of the strangest and most exotic creatures in the magical world, his assistant must have a strong understanding of these creatures, too! An assistant should know basic answers to questions like, "What makes this creature magical? Why kind of personality to they have? How do they interact with their environment? Why are they an unusual coloring? Are they a predator or prey? or What about their anatomy/personality gives them their special magical qualities?" These are only some of the important questions that an assistant must ask in order to properly research and document these creatures! For your task, Newt has asked you draw/diagram one of the most unusual creatures you have ever encountered during your own travels or research. Or, if you've never been on your own travels, create one of your own! Along with the picture, please point out at least 3 key features that makes this particular beast unusual, and give a brief description for each trait of why it is important for this creature. If you have questions, please ask! :) Suggested Due Date: November 26, 2016. Last Possible Due Date: December 7, 2016 Remember, please turn in all submissions by PM to Prof. Jenny Lupin!
  13. November Activity Task 2 is posted!! 

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    November Activity - Fantastic Beasts!

    Application Part 2 - Logical! When facing the unknown, Newt has to always be ready for anything. Thinking on his feet and being able to spot hidden clues are some of his most precious assets! As an assistant, you must be able to keep up with him, and even help him connect the dots on new clues if you want to locate the most clever of the magical creatures! Show your logical side by solving the logic puzzle below. It may be a little tricky, so partial points will be awarded for effort, even if you don't get the correct answer! Newt is looking for determination and perseverance, too, so don't give up!! Newt Scamander is putting together a report on seven of the most recent magical creatures to be placed on the endangered magical species list. Help him determine the current estimated population (175, 280, 315, 350, 385, 455, or 490) for each species (one of which is a Niffler), as well as the country in which it lives (one of which is Norway) and the year in which it was officially recognized as endangered (one was listed each year from 1920 to 1926). 1. The Moke is either the magical creature with a population size of 350 or the species that lives in Canada. 2. The Chinese Fireball was listed 1 year before the species with a population size of 280. 3. The seven species are the magical creature that lives in Canada, the Thunderbird, the magical creature added to the list in 1926, the magical creature with a population size of 385, the Phoenix, the magical creature added to the list in 1920 and the species added to the list in 1925. 4. The Bowtruckle was listed 1 year after the Thunderbird. 5. Neither the magical creature added to the list in 1926 nor the Phoenix is the magical creature that lives in Egypt. 6. The magical creature that lives in Tanzania was listed sometime before the Thunderbird. 7. The species with a population size of 455 was listed 4 years before the magical creature with a population size of 490. 8. The Phoenix was listed 4 years after the Chinese Fireball. 9. The magical creature with a population size of 455 was listed 1 year before the magical creature that lives in Brazil. 10. Of the species added to the list in 1923 and the species that lives in Egypt, one has 315 surviving individuals and the other is the Demiguise. 11. Of the magical creature that lives in Brazil and the magical creature that lives in Japan, one has 280 surviving individuals and the other was recognized as endangered in 1923. 12. The magical creature that lives in Scotland doesn't have a surviving population of 350. If you have questions, please let me know! I'm more than happy to help point you in the right direction! :) Suggested Due Date: November 17, 2016. Last Possible Due Date: December 7, 2016 Remember, please turn in all submissions by PM to Prof. Jenny Lupin!
  15. Lions and Lion-Guests! Go participate in the November Activity! :D

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