Every fall, BEAM heads to Yale for our favorite field trip of the year, Yale Splash! Splash is a day where college students open the campus to students in grades 7-12, and the college students teach their younger peers college-like courses. This year, students choose from classes including:
- Mathematical Paradoxes
- The Basics of Improv
- Environmental Justice
- Origami Workshop
- Chemical Biology
- Making a Robot
- Decoding Language
- Game Theory
- Introductory French
- College Admissions
- The Grid
- Foundations of Feminism in Medieval Text
- The Reeb Foliation of the 3-Sphere
- What makes a dinosaur a dinosaur?
After a busy day of class, students took a tour of campus and had dinner in Yale's historic colleges. Many took an opportunity to sleep on the ride back to New York City after such a busy day!
Read more about Yale Splash on their website.