Posted by Carly Ayres | Date Posted: 24 January, 2010
This week, sophomore Wesley Chau, went around 161 South Main and documented the organization of tools found in the Wood, Metals, and Model shop. For every neat freak and compulsive cleaner, these shops are a dream of labeled tools, meticulously monitored clean up rituals, and everything in its place. Enjoy.
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