A steady hum of excitement filled the Bishops Lounge in McCombs Campus Center on Wednesday, April 3 as Southwestern University students gathered to present their projects during the 19th annual King Creativity Symposium. Funded by grants ranging from approximately $200 to $2,000, individuals and groups “pursue[d] projects that stretch disciplinary boundaries, envision bold new ideas, or combine traditional academic methods with new approaches.” This year’s endeavors included a wheelchair operated by using a glove embedded with sensors, a light display aesthetically representing the ups and downs of market investments affecting the University’s endowment, and artworks created with the 3-D printers in SU’s Pirate Studios to interpret the fourth dimension. Check out the video above for some of the highlights from this year’s bustling celebration.