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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Photos

Wee engineers

MESA Day

Seventh-graders Davis Vu, left, and Anthony Phan make some last-minute repairs to their mousetrap car, which is propelled by the force stored in a mousetrap spring, during MESA Day Saturday in the engineering building. Students put their cars through speed and climbing tests before giving a speech on their design process.


MESA Day

Volunteer Daniel Katz of Hitachi, left, sets up a student’s mousetrap car on an incline to test its climbing ability during MESA Day Saturday in the engineering building.


They used to grow fruit around here, and now they grow little geniuses. This was a competition put on by the Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement program.

This last shot didn’t run for some reason, which is too bad. I like it better than the other two.

MESA Day

MESA volunteer Rick DiPrieto of IBM performs a weight test on a middle-school student’s bridge during MESA Day Saturday in the Student Union.