Mr. Donnelly of our science department is so creative. You may recall that last year he found a way to make black or white smoke during the papal election and whenever smoke came out of the Sistine Chapel, he would billow the same out of his classroom window. This year he had his chemisty students create a Rube Goldberg Machine (don't worry, I didn't know what it was either) and it pertained to Cardinal Gerald Lacroix's '75 ascension to cardinal.
You will get it once you watch the video, it's wild:
I am a Cardinal Pioneer from Trinity High School on Vimeo.