It’s electric

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Emily Dubec-Hunter

Stepping away from the Van de Graff generator, physics teacher Cinsy Krehbiel transfers electrons to junior Ben Mechachonis.  “It was interesting to watch, and I liked how it tied into the lesson we were learning in physics,” junior Amanda Moscrip said.  The generator produces an electric shock when touched, and many of the physics students found it fun to see what places on their bodies would be shocked by it.