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Gunn teams compete in national engineering contest

Original post made on Jul 29, 2014

Two teams from Gunn High School brainstormed on green technologies and efficient transportation to place in the top 10 in problem-solving in a nationwide student engineering competition in Washington, D.C.

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Posted by randy albin
a resident of Mountain View
on Jul 29, 2014 at 11:17 am

there are many success stories from Gunn Alumni. what about liberal arts and humanities majors? there's more to life than tech, science, math. try to make a living in the arts. it's tough out there. Gunn has changed over the years.

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Posted by Enough already, randy
a resident of Mountain View
on Jul 29, 2014 at 1:55 pm

Hey randy, can you give it a break even once? These students accomplished something special. Stop being a Debbie Downer.

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Posted by Excited about this success
a resident of Midtown
on Jul 29, 2014 at 2:46 pm

Congratulations to all students involved in this programe. We are so proud of your accomplishments.

Such encouraging and wonderful recognition. You rock!

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Posted by palo alto resident
a resident of Barron Park
on Aug 16, 2014 at 8:24 pm

A huge congratulations to these students! We are proud of your success. Keep up your hard work.

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Posted by palo alto resident
a resident of Charleston Meadows
on Sep 14, 2014 at 10:12 pm

A BIG congratulations to these students! Very well done!!

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Posted by friend of anne ku
a resident of Gunn High School
on Oct 12, 2014 at 11:14 pm

@Enough already, randy: man relax, randy was just suggesting something; it's not like he ever meant to insult anybody at all, from the looks of his response, but i'm sure he would have wanted to insult people like you.

@randy albin: hate to break it to you, but there is almost zero future in humanities or liberal arts career. it's not biased, it's statistical and logical: what would liberal arts actually help someone in? probably just being a teacher of that subject, but other than that, that's it. although i respect the suggestion, certainly more than the other guy, the reason why so many students are receiving more recognition and success in STEM is because they are more available and more useful in life.

on another note, Anne is one of my great friends and definitely did a great job in leading her club to great success. she has always been helpful and done her best in achieving her dreams, and making it to the top isn't her goal but her "regular routine". i'm proud to see her become a strong leader and noble companion, and wish her best of luck in leading Gunn RSI and pursue an engineering career in the future.

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