Team members have finally come back from the CRC in China! We would like to congratulate Teams 1986, 4613, 6706, and 9067 for winning the finals at CRC! StuyPulse team members had a great time mentoring novice teams, helping teams build their robots, and teaching workshops. They also were able to compete with the teams they mentored and reached Semi-Finals! We are super proud of them and we look forward to going back next year! Thank you China for the warm welcome and the wonderful hospitality!
StuyPulse members had such a fun time teaching kids at TriBeCa Barnes & Nobles’ LEGO Boost Build Event today!!! We were all hard at work making Vernie the 🤖 shoot targets 🎯, dance to music 🎵, and climb over obstacles!!! These kids were so motivated and innovative; we hope that they were inspired to continue STEM as they get older!
Members of StuyPulse had an amazing experience in Washington, D.C. at the inaugural FIRST Global Challenge! They finally met in person the team they mentored, Team Hope, in addition to 162 other teams, representing over 150 countries. After weeks of hard work and preparation, Team Hope built a great robot that performed very well during their matches. Overall, the team members who attended the competition had an unforgettable experience, with highlights including lengthy conversations with other FRC teams from around the world and meeting Dean Kamen.
NYS is looking to pass a bill that will give funding to NYS FIRST teams and those looking to start teams, to “help encourage students to study in the fields of STEM.” It would be great if you could take a minute to read it and support it!
Hey everyone! Thank you so much for coming to the Team Dinner & Mr. Colón’s Retirement Party! Below are links to the presentations and videos shown!
Hey everyone! Our Team Dinner & Mr. Colón’s Retirement Party will be held on JUNE 17th, so save the date! Make sure to RSVP!
StuyPulse came back from the St. Louis World Championship only a week ago! It was such a great experience for everyone, and we all had a great time and learned so much! We were ranked 30th in the Daly Subdivision with a match record of 5-5-0 and an OPR of 129.12. We were picked as the “backup” bot for Alliance 7, and although we didn’t play, we were glad that we were able to help out in many ways! In addition, we were able to see the Einstein matches and visit other teams’ pits and see what they were doing in their own communities. Furthermore, we filmed some videos for FIRSTThoughts, which will be relaunching very soon! Again, our team wants to thank EVERYONE for helping us out this season – without you, we couldn’t have reached this far!
Check out our COMPETITION RECAP NEWSLETTER!
New York City Regional was a blast! We competed at the Armory on April 7-9th, and had a great time! Rafael ranked 3rd out of 48 teams, and were 2nd alliance captain, with Team 333, MEGALODONS, and Team 4571, Rambots. After many tense matches, we became finalists! We also won the Entrepreneurship Award for our business plan. In addition, our Director of Public Relations, Yedoh Kang, was one of two Dean’s List Finalists, and will be competing at the St. Louis Championship for the Dean’s List Award! This was an amazing regional, and we can’t wait to compete at the World Championship at St. Louis from April 26th to the 30th! We couldn’t have made it this far without the support from our members, friends, coaches, parents, alumni, and sponsors! GO STUYPULSE!
The NYC Regional is THIS Saturday and Sunday at the Armory on the Upper West Side! Come out to watch the teams and robots compete, see the pits, make new friends, and more! StuyPulse and Rafael can’t wait to see you there!