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Last week, the Engineering Student Council, with support from the Opus College of Engineering, hosted its annual Engineers Week, part of a national celebration to honor the many ways engineers make a difference through their profession. Activities ran from Feb. 14 until the afternoon of Feb. 18.
This year’s activities included social events, giveaways and Engineering Cake Wars where students competed to create the most creative cakes. See highlights from the week’s activities in the photo gallery below.
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