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Architecture student’s pasta bridge holds over 14 pounds

At McNicholas, we build bridges...but sometimes we break them too! Ms. Gaskins’s Architectural Drafting students designed, constructed, and then tested the strength of their spaghetti bridges. Junior Caroline Mohahan’s brilliant design was the strongest, holding 14.1 pounds!

Congratulations to our top 5 architects:

  1. Caroline Mohahan - 14.1 lbs
  2. Alex Russo - 13.4 lbs
  3. Lauren McNamee - 13.3 lbs
  4. Jason Munzel - 12.0 lbs
  5. Luke Horstmeyer - 7.1
McNicholas student tests the strength of her bridge made of pasta.
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