Edmonds Community College’s Haunted STEM Lab entertains students

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Tristen Wheaton (right), 10 of Lynnwood, brother Asher Wheaton, 8, Edmonds Community College engineering instructor Stephanie Bostwick and Edmonds Community College alum and current University of Washington - Bothell student Jesslyn Budiman (left) enjoy roasting some marshmellows during Edmonds Community College's annual Haunted STEM Lab Friday afternoon at the college's Monroe building. (Photos by David Pan)
Tristen Wheaton (right), 10 of Lynnwood, brother Asher Wheaton, 8, Edmonds Community College engineering instructor Stephanie Bostwick and Edmonds Community College alum and current University of Washington – Bothell student Jesslyn Budiman (left) enjoy roasting some marshmellows during Edmonds Community College’s annual Haunted STEM Lab Friday afternoon at the college’s Monroe Hall. (Photos by David Pan)
Edmonds Community College students Reese Fluharty and Dexter explain their flame/sound project to visitors. The gas-powered flames and their respective flickers were controlled by the music that was plyaing through the tube. The flames were a visual representation of a standing wave.
Edmonds Community College students Reese Fluharty and Dexter (right) explain their flame/sound project to visitors. The gas-powered flames and their respective flickers were controlled by the music that was playing through the tube. The flames were a visual representation of a standing wave.
Makenzie Morley, 4 of Lynnwood, is scanned by a light device. Morley's image was translated into a 3-D image on the computer.
Makenzie Morley, 4 of Lynnwood, is scanned by a light device. Morley’s image was translated into a 3-D image on the computer.
Makenzie Morley's 3-D image
Makenzie Morley’s 3-D image
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Hanging out in the STEM lab
Hanging out in the STEM lab
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