From Our Editors
Printing designs on a 3D printer in a fabrication lab. Executing a pike and roll dive into a heated pool. Pulling off a magic trick with a standard deck of cards. More than 6,000 kids per year learn to perform these feats and more in Mini U's day camps, which unfold at University of Manitoba's state-of-the-art facilities. There are 62 camps total, geared towards kids ages 4–16, and just like the classes at a real university, they cover a plethora of topics. Some focus on chemistry and physics, while others focus on art, sports, dance, or leadership training—a necessary prerequisite to turning 18.