On Friday we announced the third year of the Beaver Science and Engineering Club. Unfortunately, Vivek could not be present, but at the last minute he beamed us this transmission from space:
"Dear Students of Beaver Country Day School,
"I am sorry I was unable to partake in this ceremonial gathering to commemorate the 3rd annual BSEC initiation, for I too am partaking in a ceremony of galactic proportions. Yes... that's right...I'm on the moon--that glowing white object you see in the sky every night. I would have come back, but... it would seem that upon arrival of this dusty, mountainous abyss of moon world that my space ship found its way deep, deep, deep into a giant cavity on the moon's surface.
"In other words, I got stuck in a crater.
"I give my sincerest apologies, and I... [radio cut off] ...Great Oz! They have eyes... red eyes... and tentacles... Mr. Adjout, help me!"
We wish the best of luck to Vivek and his crew.
On a happier note, this year we had a record 36 sign-ups, plus the three co-presidents and two faculty advisors for a grand total of 41 members. Our first meeting will be Friday, October 5. Hope to see you all there!
P.S. If this is your first time looking around the blog, here's a link to a few BSEC videos from the past.