WATERTOWN — New York Air Brake hosted about 40 middle school students for the company’s annual STEM/Engineering Day Open House on Wednesday, and students were extremely excited to take part.

Andrew Vincent, who is in eighth grade at Copenhagen Central School District, and two other students were taking part in an interactive design engineering activity where students had to construct the tallest freestanding tower possible out of the materials that were provided in order to hold a marshmallow.

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