The eyes of several future little scientists and educators lit up in amazement as they observed the projects on display and talked to the physics students of Texas Lutheran University during the annual Family Physics Night on Thursday.

Community members as young as 4 years old filled the Jackson Student Activity Center for the annual event — hosted by the physics department and the Society of Physics Students — to learn about “Physics Around the World.”

Valerie Bustamante is a staff writer for the Seguin Gazette. You can e-mail her at valerie.bustamante@seguingazette.com.

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