The Computer Science Club is one of Mansfield University's busiest clubs. Each semester we host on average 5 LAN parties, where we play games like Team Fortress 2 and Counter Strike, or we might switch things up and have a game night instead, where we play games like Super Smash Bros. We have one meeting each week. At meetings we discuss upcoming projects we can work on together, check out brand new technology, and help anyone who has a programming question that we can answer.
This past year, other than having fun at gaming nights, we have attended PACISE, which is a conference and programming competition that we had two groups participate in. In the past we have also attended CCSC-East and also entered teams in their programming competition. Last year we had two members make it to the finals in the State Farm programming competition. This year we even have members attending MHacks at Michigan University.
We also have worked with an 'Eggbot' that is able to draw and write on eggs and ping pong balls. We have also worked on various Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects.
Stop by Elliott 216 for more information about the club!
Mansfield University '15
Computer & Information Science
Secretary, Computer Science Club