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~President: Emeric Battaglia

~Vice President: Niloo Ebrahimi

~Secretary: Amy Liu

~Treasurer: Owen Ohlson

~Project Director: Michael Friend

~Project Planner: Jake Greenbaum

~Advisor: Mr. Smith (Room 408)

Ext: 11408

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Computer Science

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Club Goal:

We hope to enrich students with the wonderful applications of Computer Science, Computer Engineering. Projects will be worked on and, members will vote on future projects during  meetings. Senior, or more advanced members with experience, will also teach newer members about computer science as to not alienate or exclude newer members. Our goal is for every single member to improve themselves as programmers, as well as improve on working as a team throughout the development of a project.

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Club Service Project

This semester we hope members will partake in a beach clean up; this may seem as though it bears no relevance to computer science, however, it does reflect how important it is to take a step back from the computer screen every once in a while. It will, hopefully, show us how computer science is a fun tool, but everything has its limits.