DePauw Students and Community Interact at Science Fair
September 28, 2010
September 28, 2010, Greencastle, Ind. — "As a beautiful day went on around them, three DePauw University students and one Greencastle Middle School student played with a giant tub of soapy water making bubbles Saturday outside the Putnam County Public Library," begins a story in Greencastle's Banner-Graphic. "As a pair of young children came by they handed over the hoop used to make the bubbles, letting each of the children have a turn. They weren't just idly killing time -- they were part of the Putnam County Public Library's annual science fair." (DePauw junior Bryan Edwards, right, interacts with Cole and Bryson Book at Saturday's event)
The text adds, "Bryan Edwards, a junior at DePauw, said community projects like Saturday's science fair help to foster a relationship between the University and the town around it."
"It also takes us out of our lab and gets us explaining science," Edwards tells the newspaper. "It's science at the most basic level, but it's still good practice in making science interesting to other people."
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