Pictures of the Week: July 1

By Tucker Allen Covey and Sam Oldenburg
Yunni Qu (left) from Bowling Green and Sarah Herrell of Hopkinsville watch as their solution begins to dramatically change colors in Chemistry on Thursday, June 30. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Yunni Qu (left) from Bowling Green and Sarah Herrell of Hopkinsville watch as their solution begins to dramatically change colors in Chemistry on Thursday, June 30. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
eter Guthrie (left) from Bowling Green and Coleman Reed from Berea participate in icebreaker games on the first night of VAMPY Sunday, June 26. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
eter Guthrie (left) from Bowling Green and Coleman Reed from Berea participate in icebreaker games on the first night of VAMPY Sunday, June 26. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Astronomy teaching assistant Josh Keeling exchanges a high-five with a student as they prepare to go to class after breakfast Monday, June 27. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Astronomy teaching assistant Josh Keeling exchanges a high-five with a student as they prepare to go to class after breakfast Monday, June 27. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Sam Greenbaum (from left) of Louisville, Eric Eastman of Bowling Green, and Zach Hanvey of Paris, Kentucky, work to build the second step of their Rube Goldberg Machine in STEAM Labs on Thursday, June 30. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Sam Greenbaum (from left) of Louisville, Eric Eastman of Bowling Green, and Zach Hanvey of Paris, Kentucky, work to build the second step of their Rube Goldberg Machine in STEAM Labs on Thursday, June 30. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Counselor Jake Petty (from left) plays the game Pterodactyl with campers Amirta Manikandan from Cordova, Tennessee, and Anna Dong from Morganfield on South Lawn at Western Kentucky University Sunday, June 26. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Counselor Jake Petty (from left) plays the game Pterodactyl with campers Amirta Manikandan from Cordova, Tennessee, and Anna Dong from Morganfield on South Lawn at Western Kentucky University Sunday, June 26. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Susanna Moore of Junction City while her partner Anna Duncan of Chattanooga, Tennessee, watches during Physics Wednesday, June 29. The students were learning how to calculate the velocity of a projectile using a ball bearing and a Hot Wheels ramp. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Susanna Moore of Junction City while her partner Anna Duncan of Chattanooga, Tennessee, watches during Physics Wednesday, June 29. The students were learning how to calculate the velocity of a projectile using a ball bearing and a Hot Wheels ramp. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselor Ellie Hogg beckons campers while dressed up for her optional, Series of Fortunate Events, on Tuesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Counselor Ellie Hogg beckons campers while dressed up for her optional, Series of Fortunate Events, on Tuesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Jacob Kessinger (left) of Louisa and Claire Pinkston of Versailles spread out toilet paper to measure a scale model of the solar system during Astronomy Tuesday, June 28. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Jacob Kessinger (left) of Louisa and Claire Pinkston of Versailles spread out toilet paper to measure a scale model of the solar system during Astronomy Tuesday, June 28. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Chloe Banaszak of Crestwood hula hoops behind Northeast Hall during Mandatory Optionals Tuesday, June 28. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Chloe Banaszak of Crestwood hula hoops behind Northeast Hall during Mandatory Optionals Tuesday, June 28. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselor Courtney George ties a friendship bracelet on the wrist of one of her campers, Gracie Hobbs of Owensboro, after checking her in outside Northeast Hall at the end of classes Monday, June 27. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselor Courtney George ties a friendship bracelet on the wrist of one of her campers, Gracie Hobbs of Owensboro, after checking her in outside Northeast Hall at the end of classes Monday, June 27. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Sam Greenbaum from Louisville aids his group member in STEAM Labs in building their Rube Goldberg Machine which has to last at least ten seconds and also utilize specific materials and design elements Tuesday, June 28. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Sam Greenbaum from Louisville aids his group member in STEAM Labs in building their Rube Goldberg Machine which has to last at least ten seconds and also utilize specific materials and design elements Tuesday, June 28. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Kevin Eastman (left) from Bowling Green and Will Sayler from Spearfish, South Dakota, work together to build part of their Rube Goldberg Machine requiring robotics and a specified allotment of duct tape on Thursday, June 30. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Kevin Eastman (left) from Bowling Green and Will Sayler from Spearfish, South Dakota, work together to build part of their Rube Goldberg Machine requiring robotics and a specified allotment of duct tape on Thursday, June 30. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Anna Dong (left) from Morganfield and Delaney Bynum from Hopkinsville react during a lab in Chemistry Thursday, June 30. The students used used an electrical current to change the color of a solution. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Anna Dong (left) from Morganfield and Delaney Bynum from Hopkinsville react during a lab in Chemistry Thursday, June 30. The students used used an electrical current to change the color of a solution. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Rhianna Clemons (left) of Elizabethtown and Rhianon Hussung of Louisville share a laugh while painting drinking vessels in the style of ancient Greeks during Humanities Thursday, June 30. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Rhianna Clemons (left) of Elizabethtown and Rhianon Hussung of Louisville share a laugh while painting drinking vessels in the style of ancient Greeks during Humanities Thursday, June 30. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Ben Kash (left) of Bowling Green and Madison Fleischaker of Louisville have a discussion during study hall for their class, Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, Monday, June 27. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Ben Kash (left) of Bowling Green and Madison Fleischaker of Louisville have a discussion during study hall for their class, Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, Monday, June 27. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Ben Clements whispers to Anna Dong, both of Morganfield, during the software parkour optional offered on Tuesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ben Clements whispers to Anna Dong, both of Morganfield, during the software parkour optional offered on Tuesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Counselors Jake Petty and Lauren Pedersen gather their groups near a statue of Big Red in the Downing Student Union to take roll after dinner Monday, June 27. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselors Jake Petty and Lauren Pedersen gather their groups near a statue of Big Red in the Downing Student Union to take roll after dinner Monday, June 27. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Emma Latherow (center) from Ashland is tagged out near instantly after being revived by one of her teammates while playing Capture the Flag, which was offered as an optional on Tuesday, June 28. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Emma Latherow (center) from Ashland is tagged out near instantly after being revived by one of her teammates while playing Capture the Flag, which was offered as an optional on Tuesday, June 28. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Kiersten Hamilton from Georgetown listens as her teacher explains the procedure for dropping their egg protection devices built in Problems You Have Never Solved Before on Wednesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Kiersten Hamilton from Georgetown listens as her teacher explains the procedure for dropping their egg protection devices built in Problems You Have Never Solved Before on Wednesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ethan Rutter from Bowling Green drops his egg drop creation which campers in the Problems You Have Never Solved Before class built to certain specifications and then dropped from the roof of Parking Structure 2 on Wednesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ethan Rutter from Bowling Green drops his egg drop creation which campers in the Problems You Have Never Solved Before class built to certain specifications and then dropped from the roof of Parking Structure 2 on Wednesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Kennedy Pendleton of Hopkinsville watches and records times as her group members in Problems You Have Never Solved Before drop paper spinners from the second floor balcony inside Snell Hall on Tuesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Kennedy Pendleton of Hopkinsville watches and records times as her group members in Problems You Have Never Solved Before drop paper spinners from the second floor balcony inside Snell Hall on Tuesday, June 29. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ruthie Kesri from Bowling Green attempts to drop a coin from the ring she is holding into the flask beneath during Physics Thursday, June 30. The task demonstrated that momentum and inertia are far more difficult to overcome than the students originally thought. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Ruthie Kesri from Bowling Green attempts to drop a coin from the ring she is holding into the flask beneath during Physics Thursday, June 30. The task demonstrated that momentum and inertia are far more difficult to overcome than the students originally thought. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
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