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Student attends national program

July 29, 2013

Wilhelm Liano doesn’t want to give away too many surprises.

Liano, a 2013 graduate of the Mississippi School for Math and Science (MSMS) from Starkville, said much of the appeal and uniqueness of the National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) lay in its surprises. Going into the camp, he said, he and others who applied did not know what to expect. For that reason, he gave only the riddle that opened the campers’ first ICE (In-Camp Experience), and not the answer.

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