Moat ado about nothing

As part of a humanities project, senior Clay Uhing demonstrates the drawbridge that he built. “I was really tired that day in the media center [when students chose topics], so when [humanities teacher Kirk] Murphy asked what I wanted to do, I was just like, ‘a drawbridge,'” Uhing said. He explained its size by relating how a previous project for Murphy’s class, a Leonardo Da Vinci flying machine, had been marked down for being too small.