Students Build Life-Sized Trojan Horse For Class Project
A good old-fashioned Iliad diorama just wasn’t big enough for a group of Chicago area students. They decided to build a life-sized Trojan Horse for their class project instead. From the article: “As Newsradio 780s Mike Krauser reports, their teacher couldn’t believe it. ‘It was a surprise and it was a big surprise,’ said teacher Bob Pomykala. The students wouldn’t tell Pomykala what they were up to. ‘They said they had a great idea, but they wouldn’t tell me what it was,’ he said. What they did was build a giant Trojan Horse, which, according to Greek mythology was used to sneak soldiers into the city of Troy for a triumphant battle. They built it in senior Sergio Aguilar’s yard, and then moved it right in front of Marengo Community High School.
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