The second class of 2013 Rogers Explorers arrived on the campus of the University of the Cumberlands (UofC) in Williamsburg yesterday and will remain there through Friday.
Thirty-one students from 16 Kentucky communities checked in at the dining hall shortly after 1 p.m. to get their room assignments and later took a tour of the campus.
After dinner, Explorers loaded on a bus to go out into the community to pick up roadside litter as part of a community service project.
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Today’s agenda will include classroom sessions with UofC professors in math, science, and technology and a videoconference with NASA officials.
To view the full gallery of photos on Rogers Explorers’ first day on the UofC campus, click here.