How to See the Hercules Constellation Tonight

“The Hercules constellation is a lopsided-shaped boxy pattern of stars located in the skies of the northern hemisphere. It’s visible in the evening skies from early March to late September each year​ and appears directly overhead at midnight in June. As one of the earliest constellations to be observed, Hercules has a rich history.” Check…

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Seagate Technology Supporting Cool Girls!

Cool Girls Science and Art Club is excited to announce a new partnership with Seagate Technology’s Women’s Leadership Network at their Longmont, CO location. https://www.seagate.com/global-citizenship/ Seagate is a global leader in data storage and is committed to community involvement. Seagate’s commitment to community involvement focuses on: “Seagate’s primary objective is to advance awareness of and…

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We Need Your Vote!

Vote for us here! We’re excited to announce that Cool Girls Science and Art Club has been approved to move forward to Round 2 in First Western Trust’s WealthIsAbout Grants Contest.  We have a good chance to win $7,000 to help underserved kids experience inquiry-based, hands-on learning with volunteer mentors after school in our three…

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Rube Goldberg Machine

So much creativity! The Cool Girls started working on their Rube Goldberg machine. With the help of super mom Rachel Kuir, CU biochem grad students Ben Carberry and Tom Aunins, and National Honor Society student Summer Hardy, the girls first learned how to build simple machines, the building blocks to more complex creations. Notes were…

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