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Keenan engineering students produce podcast

By Victoria Chandler, News Writer

The Keenan engineering class has started a podcast that will have many interviews with different people around the school. This program was started by the students for the students with the assistance of their teacher.

“We felt that people should know what the engineering department is doing,” Senior Temon Williams said.

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GO, GO, ROBO-RAIDERS: Raiders build their way to Myrtle Beach

Story and photos by Kai’Shaun Dunn-Handy, News Writer

From February 27 to March 2, Keenan’s Robo-Raiders went to Myrtle Beach for the FIRST competition for Robotics. At this competition, there were schools from all over the state and some teams from out of state.

One of the teams there was Lower Richland High School.

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Magnet Program takes trip to Alabama

By Felix Samuel, News Writer

The engineering magnet program took a trip on March 13 to Huntsville, Alabama, to visit the U.S. Space and Rocket Center.

Mr. Kareem Beckett, Head of the Magnet Program, is the person who organized the trip.

“The purpose of this trip was for the students to learn leadership skills and apply those skills in class,” Beckett said.

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Bullington wins Solve for Tomorrow (Samsung)

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Engineering students and Robotics Team members come together to make a new app to help people better their health. Photo by Jada Bouknight, Special to the Sword and Shield.

By Breayanna Gibson, News Writer

Mrs. Kirstin Bullington, Science and Engineering teacher, has won the Solve for Tomorrow (Samsung) contest. She was announced the winner December 9, 2015.

How does Bullington feel that she has won the Solve for Tomorrow?

“It’s a great honor,” Bullington said. “Engineering and science students are working hard. It’s great that a company recognized us.” Continue reading “Bullington wins Solve for Tomorrow (Samsung)”

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