Rubik’s cube competition tomorrow

rubiksOn Sat., May 5th, students from Southwest Career and Technical Academy will compete in a rubik’s cube competition at the 2012 Las Vegas Science Festival.

Mr. [Jonathan] O’Brien was the original facilitator of this idea. He was looking to get a team together for the Rubik’s Cube competition being held at the Las Vegas Science Festival,”  co-adviser Ms. Martha Horner said.

The Science Festival will showcase a variety of science-related activities for adults and children.

“We do have a team–a wonderful mix of students who are very amazing with the cube and some who are very eager to learn how to solve it and become faster at solving it,” Horner said.

Horner, along with O’Brien, are assembling a group of eight students to compete in the upcoming competition.

“I think solving a cube is fun because it allows you to solve puzzles easier. [For the competition] I want to solve a cube and beat my best time which is 31 seconds,” sophomore Daniel Phui said.

Rubik’s cube competition tomorrow

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On Sat., May 5th, students from Southwest Career and Technical Academy will compete in a rubik’s cube competition at the 2012 Las Vegas Science Festival.

Mr. [Jonathan] O’Brien was the original facilitator of this idea. He was looking to get a team together for the Rubik’s Cube competition being held at the Las Vegas Science Festival,”  co-adviser Ms. Martha Horner said.

The Science Festival will showcase a variety of science-related activities for adults and children.

“We do have a team–a wonderful mix of students who are very amazing with the cube and some who are very eager to learn how to solve it and become faster at solving it,” Horner said.

Horner, along with O’Brien, are assembling a group of eight students to compete in the upcoming competition.

“I think solving a cube is fun because it allows you to solve puzzles easier. [For the competition] I want to solve a cube and beat my best time which is 31 seconds,” sophomore Daniel Phui said.

Rubiks cube club meets every Tuesday at 2 P.M. in Ms. Horner’s room.

The event will be held at the Cashman Center and includes free admission, but a fee for parking. For more information about the rubik’s cube competition and the science festival visit http://www.lasvegassciencefestival.com/.