As our 20th Anniversary is coming up, we’re encouraging our alumni and anyone else who wants to help out to donate about $20 or more for this year’s team expenses! You may think that $20 isn’t much, but that can help our students pay off their travel expenses or even get a meal plan for the build season. We’d all very much appreciate any donation we can get. You can learn more and donate here!
Ken Chisholm, a broadcaster from Radio Newark, came to visit MOE’s Lab last week. With Radio Newark being a STEM based broadcasting station, he came in to find out more about MOE and FIRST and to even do future podcasts with us! To look at some things they’ve covered, you can visit www.radionewark.org
As the Round Robins commenced, Alliance 1 went into the finals and came out victorious with our alliance partners!
Great job to MOE’s Driver and Function Operator and last minute Driver and Function Operator to control Simple Machine’s Robot. We cannot wait for next year’s Girl Power!
MOE was placed in the Darwin division at the Detroit World Champs as well as MAR team’s 56 (R.O.B.B.E.) and 1391 (Metal Moose). R.O.B.B.E. asked us to be in their #1 alliance as well as Metal Moose and 4028, The Beak Squad. Although we may not have been victorious, we did end up being division finalist! Great job to all the teams who made it to Worlds! Get ready for Destination: Deep Space 2019!
Everyone was more than prepared to open this year’s game manual and was waiting for it to be announced; having to see all the different rules and the different functions for it will be important to us all. Although it can be tiring, it’s always necessary to go in. The live broadcast revealing the new game and field for this year was something we all loved to watch, especially with the bit of laughter here and there. Although it will be a difficult one to build this year (just like any other year), our team is determined to do our best to make it work and build a great robot. We can’t wait for all the competitions and to get on that new field!