Panther Portrait: “Take apart a computer” night

With the help of provided manuals, students were able to take apart and rebuild surplus computers during “Take Apart a Computer” night.

ANTHONY WITHEROW, Campus Life Editor

The Women in Computing organization hosted their annual “Take Apart a Computer” night on Thursday, March 11 in room 322 of the Innovative Teaching and Technology Center (ITTC).

Students were given the chance to take apart and put together computers in a workshop format. COVID-19 guidelines such as masks and social-distancing were required, and students were encouraged to bring their own tools with them.