Wow, that’s a mouthful right? But can we go deeper? The Society of Physics Students super spectacular Savvy Science Spectacle is serendipitously certified for a stupendous sight (my high school English teacher would be so proud) this Friday, Dec. 5 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Hertz Hall room 100 on the CWU campus.
This spectacle will feature a lab demonstration competition between the Society of Physics Students, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry and Geology clubs. Many different exhibits will be showcased including volcanic eruptions, fire demos, minor explosions and some nitrogen fun, all of which express each particular club’s strengths and areas of expertise.
The best part though? Free parking. Who doesn’t love that?!? Lots H-6 and O-5 just north of Hertz hall will be free to attendees. And, just kidding, the best part of the whole night will definitely be the free refreshments offered during intermission. Mmmmm, refreshments.
So instead of watching reruns of Breaking Bad on Netflix this Friday, come check out the Savvy Science Spectacle instead and see how real…science experiments are made. It’s what Walter White would do.