Welcome to Packer Collegiate Institute’s Math and Science Journal, Intersections. Here at Intersections our goal is to create a large collection of creative math or science pieces that enable the Packer community to witness students’ passion for STEM-related subjects as well as the creativity that our community has to offer. Our editor board is comprised of six dedicated students who work arduously all year to put together an excellent collection that exemplifies the hard work and dedication of students in the Packer community. We are so excited for you to browse this year's edition of intersections, and we hope that you consider submitting something next year! Submissions for Intersections can be anything math or science related, and can originate in a class, symposium, or be inspired by an extracurricular project. Some examples of submissions are explanations of interesting math problems, 3D animation projects, descriptions of scientific experiments, and math art. However, Intersections spans far wider than these topics, and any STEM related work is encouraged in the submissions process. The goal of Intersections is to produce as large and as diverse of a collection as possible! In order to truly showcase the originality of STEM-related projects at Packer, we hope you will consider submitting to Intersections.