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Marymount Academy Takes First in Laurentian University Engineering Competition

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First place winners from Marymount Academy include from left to right: Francesca Tsimiklis, Amy Doan and Patricia Wiebe. Missing from photo: Maddie Pos.

March 29, 2012 - On Friday, February 24, Laurentian University held an engineering competition for Grade 12 Physics students from the community's secondary schools. Each team was required to build a machine that would transport material across a specific distance and then drop the material off at the end of the journey.  The students then presented their creation and tested their machine againstt the other competitors.  The team from Marymount Academy captured first place in the competition.

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