If you’ve read anything we’ve sent throughout the years (surely you’ve read it all), then you’re no stranger to Drexel’s Society of Physics Students (SPS): they’re lauded time and again for their outreach efforts with local middle- and high-school students. This year, they took home their seventh consecutive Marsh W. White Award from the American Institute of Physics. As usual, they put the award towards fun and games—or a whole carnival, in this case. From centripetal force and velocity to energy and kinematics, they unveiled the physics behind the midway at secondary schools throughout Philadelphia. And because they’re kinda overachievers, they also took home the National SPS ’s Future Faces of Physics Award for their efforts to engage and inspire budding, young female physicists. Keep it up, you crazy kids.