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Web Team, Assemble! 

These days, with the uncertainty surrounding the reopening of brick-and-mortar stores, an online business presence is essential. Still, many North Country businesses had yet to make the leap to the digital realm. Cue a group of Clarkson student web developers, led by The Shipley Center, who were ready to help.

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Probing Fish Toxicity 

It’s hard to believe, when looking at a pristine Adirondack lake, that the fish may be too toxic to eat due to mercury pollution. This fall, Clarkson students participating in the Adirondack Semester will shed light on this problem by exploring the factors underlying mercury contamination in the region’s food chain.

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Mercury ADK
Rollercoaster camp

Virtual Amusement

While the pandemic has shut down many fun activities like riding roller coasters, it didn’t stop Clarkson’s Roller Coaster Engineering camp, which went virtual this summer. Secondary-school students from across St. Lawrence County still got to design an amusement park and roller coaster, all from the comfort of home.

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Into the Blue, and Beyond...

In a sign of the times, members of the Class of 2020 Air Force ROTC Detachment 536 swore their oaths of office over Zoom. Another first — 2nd Lt. Michael Gagnon ’20 became one of just 100 members of the newest military branch, the U.S. Space Force.

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2Lt.  Michael Gagnon