Advertising + Marketing students pitch to representatives from PEZ!
Justice Richard L. Gabriel talks to students today about the career path that led him to become a justice on the Colorado Supreme Court, his call to help people in the criminal justice system, and what it is like to be a lawyer in a highly public case — Justice Richard Gabriel was co-counsel for Michael Jackson in the case of Crystal Cartier v. Michael Jackson.
Applied Physics students engineer, build, and test-drive personal-sized hovercrafts.
Students split into groups and open discussion with instructors about topics such as optimism, volunteering, and mental health.
Future of Medicine students split into groups and do research, preparing for their presentation on big data in regards to public health.
Chemistry Lab students try to identify an unknown compound. They use a variety of methods to determine the identity of the substance, including burning to observe if there is any color change and measuring PH.
DIY students cut paper designs and use silkscreen to print them on shirts.
Students in Fashion Design work on their final pieces for the Art Show on Wednesday.
Students in Acting + Directing discuss character development within their acting groups before rehearsing their scenes.
Keeping a constant PSI and launch angle, students in Mechanical Engineering launch, modify, and relaunch air rockets to maximize the distance they fly on the New Haven Green.