Hey everyone! We had another awesome weekend and are excited to share the photos from it.
July 21, 2012
We went to Washington, D.C. today and had a blast exploring our nation’s capital. Students went to museums such as the Spy Museum, the Natural History Museum, the National Gallery of Art, the Hirshhorn Gallery of Art, the Air and Space Museum, and the famous monuments and government buildings of D.C.
In the evening, we went to Georgetown for dinner!
The Hope Diamond at the Natural History Museum.
The escape chute used to rescue the Chilean miners.
Some of the flight simulators at the Air and Space Museum - there are more that you can’t see!
Nick and Brett, pilot and gunner, are matching. (:
Vietnamese espresso in Georgetown!
July 23rd, 2012
Today, we went to King of Prussia Mall for a few hours to shop and look around. There’s not much else to say about this. We had an incredible Monopoly game at night that we hope to replicate this week once everyone’s done with their big projects.
Intense Monopoly in progress.
Next up, we’ll be listening to a speech from Josh Kopelman, M&T alum that founded half.com and now works at First Round Capital, a venture capital firm. We’ll also be listening to a speaker from the bioengineering department, making organic LEDs in a materials science lab, and working on final projects.