Chemistry kicks off Mole Week with Golden Beaker Hunt

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Ali Mapes, 12, celebrates with the rest of her team after winning the Golden Beaker Hunt on Oct. 17. Photo by A. Stockam

 

Ali Mapes, 12, celebrates with the rest of her team after winning the Golden Beaker Hunt on Oct. 17. Photo by A. Stockam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

by Jarret Nave

The Golden Beaker Scavenger Hunt was held on Oct. 17 on the west outside of the South in preparation for the larger Mole Day celebration. The Chemistry department will celebration Mole Day on Oct. 21 starting at 5:30 a.m. and will go until the half time between the football game with a break within the two of them.

Ali Mapes, 12, has great enthusiasm for Mole Day because her team won the Golden Beaker Scavenger Hunt.

“I am participating in Mole Day, and I am very excited because it is going to be fun, and there is going to be good food,” Mapes said.

The mole is a measurement that used in chemistry, which equals 6.02 x 10 to the twenty-third. Angela Stockam, Chemistry, is also excited for the Mole Day.

“Oh yeah! I got the Moley Feaver because I love chemistry,” she said.