By Alex Updike, staff writer
Have you ever wondered what exciting topics your friends are working on in class? Do you sit and wish you could learn about all the awesome subjects you do not have the time to take? Are you hungry and craving pizza? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then Ideafest is the event for you!
On Thursday, April 28, students from all academic disciplines will have the opportunity to present their work in front of their peers and professors.
“Ideafest is an opportunity for students from all majors to present their academic work,” said faculty coordinator Professor Fessler. “Academic work doesn’t often draw the large crowds or the standing ovations of other student accomplishments. Events such as Ideafest offer a venue for a celebration of God-given talents across the curriculum.”
Individual presentations will last about ten minutes, with five minutes for discussion. The event itself runs from 2:45 until 5:30 and involves about 70 presentations from more than 80 students and covers topics from Psychology, English, Engineering and many more. All students, and the general public, are invited to come share in what others are doing.
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