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story.lead_photo.caption A team of 11 ATU students punched their ticket to the world championship by winning the overall excellence award at a qualifying tournament hosted by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Dec. 7. Arkansas Tech VEX U robotics team members include Waleska Chacon, of Russellville, Anna Coleman, of Monticello, Thomas Dodds, of Little Rock, Ryan Dow, of Russellville, Mary Greer, of Lonoke, Ivan Hernandez, of Russellville, Jonathan Khamphiphone, of Danville, Michael O'Connor, of Russellville, Kaylin Parker, of Star City, Paul Reamon, of Fox and Isaac Steffy, of Russellville. - Submitted photo

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A team of 11 ATU students punched their ticket to the world championship by winning the overall excellence award at a qualifying tournament hosted by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Dec. 7. Arkansas Tech VEX U robotics team members include Waleska Chacon, of Russellville, Anna Coleman, of Monticello, Thomas Dodds, of Little Rock, Ryan Dow, of Russellville, Mary Greer, of Lonoke, Ivan Hernandez, of Russellville, Jonathan Khamphiphone, of Danville, Michael O'Connor, of Russellville, Kaylin Parker, of Star City, Paul Reamon, of Fox and Isaac Steffy, of Russellville.

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