Mena High School hosted its 2017 Halloween Lab on October 25, in the MHS Science Wing. The free bi-annual event was packed with STEAM-ed activities, spanning the categories of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, fit for students and adults of all ages.
“We had over 120 people come through and enjoy the special bi-annual event. It was put on by EAST, National Honor Society, and the Sci-Fi club,” said Andy Philpot. Throughout the evening, guests had the opportunity to enjoy demonstrations with robots, slime, dry ice, liquid nitrogen, 3D printing, and other surprises.
The Halloween Lab was sponsored by the school’s EAST (Environmental and Spatial Technology) program, the Science Fiction Club, and the MHS National Honor Society.