Cici and I showed off our volleyball moves during the cookout lunch. We had just come back from the Olympic Trials, so we were in tip-top shape. The other interns were BLOWN AWAY by our skill.
While training for the Olympics, we also started a state of the arts paper airplane factory, with the help of Niels. Our handcrafted, one-of-a-kind paper airplanes reach velocities up to 1 m/s and cruising altitudes of about 5 feet! The latest version also twirls through the air (this feature can be bought with an additional $8000 fee.) Cici and I have thoroughly tested our airplanes by throwing them from 4 stories high; the airplanes remained in fabulous shape and it is safe to say that their quality is guaranteed.
Our original models (starting price $50000)
In the afternoon, Allyse and I made a few last minute additions to our powerpoint. Our slide count rose to 99 and frustrated by the number, I added a slide that said "Thank you" just so that our powerpoint could be 100 slides long. With the PowerPoint passing our approval, Allyse and I gave the file to Dr. Messinger to give to Oxford.