Noah Pyles ’23, with the assistance of three Southwestern classmates Braden Anderson ’24, Angel Rodriguez ’24, Sabrina “Nina” Woodward ’24, and Assistant Professor of Physics Cody Crosy, built and launched a high-powered rocket for a King Creativity Fund project. From concept to completion, the project has propelled Pyles’s interest in pursuing aerospace engineering upon graduating from Southwestern.

The King Creativity program was endowed by Southwestern alumnus Joey King ’93 in 2000, and it has supported students’ creative works since then.

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