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Spooky Science

 “Boo bubbles” were among the new demonstrations at the annual Pumpkin Drop event hosted by the Rhodes College SPS chapter in 2019. Filled with dry ice, the bubbles could be held by children wearing cotton gloves.

Stony Brook SPS donated over a hundred physics, math, and chemistry textbooks to Better World Books, an online bookseller that donates a book to someone in need for every book sold.

An SPS member at Texas A&M University–Commerce (right) helps Girl Scouts light up a miniature light bulb during an event with the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas.

A liquid-nitrogen-filled pumpkin falls 12 stories in celebration of the hundred-year anniversary of physics and astronomy at Washington State University. Photo by Kai Eiselein of Moscow-Pullman Daily News.

Missouri Southern State University’s SPS chapter partnered with other science clubs on campus to host a fun and colorful science show for the  4–5-year-olds attending Lion Cub Academy.

 Make-a-Difference Day is a one-day community service event that supports over 100 service projects throughout the community of Meadville, PA. Last year the Allegheny College SPS chapter participated as a team called the Phix-it Physicists!

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