Jerry Ma ’14 programs his future

Jerry Ma’13 knows what he wants and he goes for it.  For Ma, “it”  means balancing lining up career opportunities with spending time playing games with friends. Ma attributes his love for coding to his time spent making maps for his friends.   “Getting involved in StarCraft got me into the technology behind computers and […]

Zero Robotics to MIT

On January 11th, West Lafayette sent representatives the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts to compete in the Zero Robotics competition. “Zero Robotics is a programming competition created by MIT and NASA where you program these robots called SPHERES that are essentially mini satellite,” said competitor Albert Hwang ’14.  Each year,  teams from all over the country to […]

Mining the moon

ACSL team of six earns fourth in Zero Robotics competition. Last fall, sophomore Jerry Ma received an offer he couldn’t refuse. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) would be holding its annual Zero Robotics competition and invited Ma to participate. The ACSL club member rounded up some of his fellow clubbers, recruited Mr. Watson as […]