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IPC faces the egg-drop challenge

Letting to--Junior Maria Gallegos lets go of her precious egg, padded and sealed in a cardboard box on Feb. 6. Gallegos hoped for a safe landing for her IPC project.

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Science teacher Ted Maple assigned his integrated physics and chemistry classes a project over gravity. Students were required to wrap an egg in such a way that it would withstand a drop from the band tower. The other half of the project involved a written lab.

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