Viking feast reward for engineering feat

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March 01, 2012 at 3:11 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Viking feast reward for engineering feat
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The Engineering Design and Physics class at the Satellite Center recently completed a project on trebuchet design and construction.

"Vikings" Brian Gough, Interactive Media and Rhitt Growl, Digital Media, came to the class requesting their assistance in "constructing a device to help them destroy and demolish castle walls in their battles of the times."

Winners were rewarded with a feast of turkey legs and root beer. Pictured are winners from the PM class: Kelly Staub, Matthew Porche and Gage Fos.

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