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Computer Science Club

Please join us and meet some new friends with similar interests. We can help with your programming. Stop in at Bio-Tech 357, Tuesdays, at 11:00 a.m.

We will be continuing work on our robot, and planning trips and speakers for the academic year. In addition, we are practicing for another programming competition. Bring your suggestions and let's see what we can do together in the new semester!

Club Advisors: Professors Cartmell Warrington and Chris Rigby.

Some Other Activities

Last semester we continued work on our robot and assembled the computer for the lounge. We visited RPI, and RIT which are transfer destinations for some of our students. We have joined the Physics club for some of their trips. We also hosted a demonstration of computer assembly and construction. We have also visited the Franklin Institute.

We have eaten lots of pizza, solved many programming problems, and had a good time. We hope you can join us!

Email club advisor Chris Rigby with any questions!

Computer Club


Suny Orange Computer Club

Advisor: Professor Thomas Giorgianni

The Suny Orange Computer Club meets every Thursday from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM in room BT 255. Club is open to any student currently enrolled at SUNY Orange. Everyone is welcome to attend. No prior computer knowledge is required and refreshments are available.

Current Semester Activities include building a Raspberry Pi bramble that utilizes multiple mini computers running in parallel. We have a dual processor server that is open to use for practice and study. We hold a video game tournament each semester with cash prizes for the winners.

Chess Club

Mr. Giorgianni

Martial Arts Club

Mr. Giorgianni