The Dead Alchemist Society is planning to present an expanded spectacle for the student organization’s 23rd annual “Things that go Boom in the Night!” on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Wells Fargo Amphitheater on campus. The event will take place during National Chemistry Week and is open free to the public.
This season’s popular event features new experiments, pumpkin makeovers and vomiting and fiery pumpkins. Students in the Dead Alchemist Society will also offer new and expanded activities for children, including hands-on experiments making slime and super bouncy balls.
In case of inclement weather, the annual event will be held in room 206 of Hafey-McCormick Science Hall. For more information about the 23rd annual “Things that go Boom in the Night!” event at Misericordia University, call Frank Yepez Castillo, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, at (570) 674-6377 or fyepez[email protected]
Misericordia University students, from left, Rachel Bohn, Mountain Top, Pa.; Andrea Carr, Dallas, Pa., and Matt Armstrong, Waymart, Pa., perform experiments with a Halloween twist at a ‘Things that Go Boom in the Night!’ event.
Misericordia University students, from left, Kathyrn Heffner, Somerset, N.J.; Heather Marsico, Duryea, Pa., and Jenna Strubhar, Tremont, Pa., are dressed for the part as they perform experiments with a Halloween twist at a ‘Things that Go Boom in the Night!’ event.