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GSU engineering class pulls out the stops
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Grambling State University Engineering Technology Assistant Profesor John Frazier remotely manipulates the flying stop sign his Engineering Technology 103 class designed and constructed.

A flying stop sign is outside of the bounds of what most people would believe possible, but engineering Assistant Professor John Frazier and his Engineering Technology 103 class at Grambling State University have made it happen. To be precise, they have successfully designed a flying replica of a stop sign.

Frazier said the project challenged the freshman engineering technology students to design and build a remote controlled flying polygon. The craft was made with blue core foam, carbon fiber rods, toothpicks, music wire, glue and other materials.

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