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Engineering prowess at PACK EXPO

Engineering prowess at PACK EXPO

Max Beitzel, asst. features editor
November 10, 2022

A common misconception many students hold for engineering classes is that it is all hammers and nails, senior Sam Kleiner, Engineering Club member, explained. On Oct 26, Engineering Club, using the Makerspace...

Spot the character: Solonkos creation of a Spot It inspired game is geared to help novice Chinese students master characters quickly and in large amounts.

Solonko creates “Spot It” inspired game to aid Chinese learning

Youjin Shon, staff reporter
April 12, 2018

Having been involved with STEM since his freshman year, Junior Mykyta Solonko used his experience from programming and engineering to successfully remodel the game, “Spot It,” which is a fast-paced...

KATE THE GREAT:   Smiling as she works, sophomore Kate Stack spends time after school in the MakerSpace to improve a robot. This year, Stack was awarded a $10,000 grant from Infosys, which she gave to the Glenview Public Library to foster engineering interest in the community.

Stack’s passion for engineering goes beyond classroom

Chaerim Park, staff reporter
December 22, 2017

Sophomore Kate Stack has explored the engineering field through various means such as South’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Glenview’s Got STEAM, and Epi-Spot. Earlier this year, Stack received...

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