First, thank you to everybody who came to the Javits Convention Center to cheer for our team in the NYC regional! It was a great time and we appreciate all the support.
StuyPulse reached quarterfinals in the elimination bracket, but did not win the regional. As such, we will not be heading to the world championship in St. Louis this year. However, be on the lookout for future announcement about off-season events!
And finally, congratulations to our incredible drive team, our extremely dedicated team members, our team mentors and teachers, all our families, and every one of our sponsors for seeing us through the 2014 FRC season. Our combined efforts makes our accomplishments possible, and we value the support given throughout the year.
StuyPulse returns battered, but not beaten, from the Buckeye Regional in Cleveland, Ohio, placing as the 8th alliance captain. After being ousted in the quarterfinals of elimination matches, we’re looking forward to the New York City Regional (April 4th to 6th). Come cheer with us at the Jacob Javits Convention Center!
The game for the 2014 season has been released! Find out more about the game on the Official FIRST page: 2014 FRC Aerial Assist
Watch the game animation here!
StuyPulse will be hosting our annual Stuy Splash this Saturday, December 14, in Stuyvesant High School. Join us for a day of lectures and stories shared by speakers from the FIRST community. The event begins at 9 AM with registration and continues through 4 PM. Feel free to drop in and drop out as your schedule permits.
The team will be having the biannual book sale this Saturday, October 19. As always, we will be at the crossing of Greenwich and Chambers. Come check out books and help support the team!
We are StuyPulse, Stuyvesant High School's award-winning FIRST Robotics team. Otherwise known as Team 694, we seek to impact young adults by cultivating skills in engineering, programming, marketing, teamwork, and leadership through the FIRST competitions. At the same time, we hope to educate and inspire people in our community, both young and old, about the wonders of science and technology.
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology) is a multi-national, non-profit organization designed to inspire and encourage today's youth to pursue careers in science, technology and math. These programs also stress the development of skills in areas such as teamwork, public relations, strategy, dedication, and outreach, which are helpful and often necessary in future careers and endeavors.