The energy of the buildings comprising the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences (JDOSAS) was atypical on Feb. 3, an especially cold and blustery Saturday.
Where you would usually see small pockets of students studying in corners or logging weekend flight hours in the simulators, hallways were instead packed with snow boot-clad children, wide-eyed high schoolers, and parents experiencing so much more than a simple escape from the weather.
“We’re very excited,” said Beth Bjerke, associate dean and event organizer. “We don’t have a perfect way of tracking numbers, but I can tell with the overflowing coat racks and the people in the halls that we’re definitely talking at least 2,000 visitors on campus.”
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