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PHOTO ESSAY: Tuning it up

A line of cars wait to be worked on by students as the garage of the Automotive Technology Building comes alive with the sounds of air-powered, pneumatic impact wrenches, engine revs and the metallic clink of tools being dropped on the ground.

The department offers certification and degrees within the automotive field, such as advanced-level hybrid diagnostic technician, automotive emission specialist and performance applications that provides students with the necessary skills to jump into the auto industry.

Photo essay by Mohammad Djauhari

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Staff Photographer - Spring 2013 Photo Editor - Fall 2013, Spring 2014 Multimedia Editor - Fall 2014, Spring 2015 Editor-in-Chief - Spring 2016 Multimedia Editor - Fall 2017

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