The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, November 09, 2006, Image 7

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Pagel Chemistry club cools down with home made ice cream Chemistry students serve up their ice cream creation bv kate paul It’s not everyday that the Scola gets transformed into Martha Stewart’s kitchen. For their annual Mole Day celebration, the Chemistry Club made ice cream with their own recipe. They added all the ingre­ dients that you would use to make traditional ice cream, but poured Liquid Nitrogen right into the mix­ ture to make the ice cream freeze instantaneously. The event was put on by the Chemistry Club, but all students, faculty, and staff were invited to come out and get involved in the cooking fun. There were about 30 to 40 people that turned out to help the Chemistry Club with the ice cream. Ice cream might be the last thing on student’s minds as the temperature continues to drop, but it’s never too cold for an indul­ gence like ice cream. Morgan Skalasky was one of the club members that turned out for the event. “The best part about this is eating the ice cream. It’s delicious,” said Skalasky. The ice cream creation was a success and a perfect excuse for busy Carroll students of similar interests to get together and enjoy a sweet treat. Carroll students enjoy the Chemistry Club ice cream THE STUDENT XDV0CXTFÍ F OK VXLUINÇ THE ENVIRONMENT F0UNDXTI0N, 501(0(3) THINK, RECYCLE, 5XVEM0SILE.0RÇ S.A.V.E. EVENTS COMING UP ON CAMPUS AMERICA RECYCLES DAY OPEN MIC NIGHT NOV. 15TH 8:30PM UPPER CUBE DOOR PRIZES 1ST, 2ND, AND 3RD PLACE PRIZES PRIZE FOR GREENEST ACT! IF YOU WOULD LIKE A MIC SPOT E-MAIL CMILLER@CARROLL.EDU WITH YOUR NAME, CONTACT INFO, ACT, AND REQUESTED AMOUNT OF TIME. MOVIE SHOWING AT MYRNA LOY S.A.V.E. WILL BE SHOWING HOMELAND: FOUR PORTRAITS OF NATIVE AC­ TION AT THE MYRNA LOY CENTER THURSDAY NOV. 15TH. 6:OOPM SILENT AUCTION & SOCIAL GATHERING 7:OOPM FILM WILL START 8:30PM DISCUSSION FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT S.A.V.E. AND EVENTS, PLEASE VISIT WWW.SAVEMOBILE.ORG Thursday, November 9 ,2 0 0 6 Volume 90, No 2

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 09 Nov. 2006, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.