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I had a lot of friends joining, and had an interest in science
Andrew Murray Drinking soy sauce
I have come to love animation as an art form, and hope to pursue it further in college
Film school someplace.
Professional FIlmmaker and animator
We know Amy joined BERT because she loves robots, but we're still waiting for her to write her Bio entry...
My brother had joined and liked it, and robots are totally awesome
Competition in general, especially playing N64 at 1 in the morning
I have somewhat learned how to design websites, and I got decent with gimp last year
Looking at liberal art schools for chemistry or physics.
continue being awesome
I joined BERT after a presentation they had at the middle school my 8th grade year. I joined mostly to gain experience I knew I wouldn't get at school and to have fun creating a moving, working robot.
The best memory of BERT I have experienced is every time we walked down onto the playing field to accept an award.
Bert has given me the knowledge of robotics and given me experiences I have never dreamed of getting.
I will be attending a 4 year university to pursue a degree in Environmental Science and I will go back to get my Masters.
I hope to make an impact in our world.
Came for the robots, stayed for the pierogies.
The first competition I went to. It was awesome sauce.
It has given me opportunities that I would never have had otherwise (cliche as it is).
Hamilton College, class of 2014!
Get some more sleep; going to school at 7:30 is ruining my REM cycles.
I was interested in robots and how they worked
The excitement at competition - especially when winning or getting an award
Undecided at this time
Maybe something to do with computer hardware repair
I joined BERT because a close friend told me it would be a great experience.
Winning the Safety Awards and Business Plan Award.
It's taught me what being a good sport means.
Graphic Design at a four-year college
I thought that it would be cool to build robots.
Winning the 2006 Manchester Regional.
I gained leadership skills and learned a lot about engineering.
Four year college, hopefully WPI for robotics engineering.
Become an inventor and run my own company producing and selling my inventions.
Because I'm a strange dude, and I'm not very good at sports.
Probably when Mike won the Woody that was pretty crazazay
I am more confident with myself
Go to a four-year in New England, maybe Northeastern or Bentley
I want to be The Most Interesting Man In The World
I first saw the team and the robot in 8th grade, during a demonstration. The robot completely fascinated me and I wanted to learn how to help build one.
One year at a yard sale fundraiser the pop-up tent I was under flipped over because of a sudden gust of wind. I was afraid to go back under it for the rest of the day.
I've found a great group of friends and I am learning a lot that I never would have learned had I not joined. It's also given me a great feeling of belonging and worth.
Not sure what I want to do yet -- maybe something in the social sciences -- but I know I'm going to college, and it will be somewhere in New England.
Save the world!
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