Team Oh Yeah members Dynasia Jean-Charles, left, Araya Lopez, and Dumiya Fenelon, all 12, build a spaghetti-and-marshmallow structure during a tech session Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016 at the University of Miami Life Science & Technology Park in Miami, 1951 NW Seventh Ave. On Thursdays, middle and high school students collaborate with Genius Project partners to explore principles of design and architecture. Araya and Dumiya are in seventh grade at SLAM (Sports Leadership And Management) Charter School. Dynasia is in seventh grade at Aspira Charter School.
Team Oh Yeah members Dynasia Jean-Charles, left, Araya Lopez, and Dumiya Fenelon, all 12, build a spaghetti-and-marshmallow structure during a tech session Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016 at the University of Miami Life Science & Technology Park in Miami, 1951 NW Seventh Ave. On Thursdays, middle and high school students collaborate with Genius Project partners to explore principles of design and architecture. Araya and Dumiya are in seventh grade at SLAM (Sports Leadership And Management) Charter School. Dynasia is in seventh grade at Aspira Charter School. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
Team Oh Yeah members Dynasia Jean-Charles, left, Araya Lopez, and Dumiya Fenelon, all 12, build a spaghetti-and-marshmallow structure during a tech session Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016 at the University of Miami Life Science & Technology Park in Miami, 1951 NW Seventh Ave. On Thursdays, middle and high school students collaborate with Genius Project partners to explore principles of design and architecture. Araya and Dumiya are in seventh grade at SLAM (Sports Leadership And Management) Charter School. Dynasia is in seventh grade at Aspira Charter School. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

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