LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The Rubik’s Cube has been puzzling people for decades. But when a Wisconsin high school student spotted one in his school’s library, he learned an impressive skill and a little history along the way.
Most people try to solve the 3-D combination puzzle by getting one color on each side, but that’s not what Sparta High School student Johnathan Pipkin did in 2019.
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Inspired by “You Can Do the Cube,” an ongoing program that provides resources to schools to teach STEM/STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) standards and “21st century skills” by using the Rubik’s Cube, Pipkin created a cube mosaic picture of Anne Frank, one of the most prominent victims of The Holocaust.
“I thought it would be pretty neat to do this,” he told CBS affiliate WKBT back…