Elections are Over! Please Welcome The New Management!

Tonight featured a massive turnout of AR members who participated in the elections of the new board.

Deech started everything off with a smashing Space of the State speech, which discussed the leaps and bounds Arch Reactor made in 2010, and highlighted those areas where we hope to improve.

Additionally, five awards were given to exceptional members who displayed the hacker spirit, and made the greatest contributions to the space.

After a lengthy and occasionally exuberant series of elections and mini-campaigns, our new board emerged as follows:

President: Deech Mestel
Vice President: Derek Siegler (Second Best at Everything)
Treasurer: Keith Woeltje
Sergeant at Arms: Darrell Flynn
Secretary: Joe Cathell
Webmaster: Daniel Flaum
Director of Education: Chris Weiss
Glorious International Relations Liaison (GIRL): Ryan Hendrickson
Director of Social Affairs: Taylor Dalton-Hendrickson (pARty)

The new board is excited to serve Arch Reactor, and thanks the membership for the continued support.

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Upcoming Events

Yesterday

  1. Murmuration Festival

Today

  1. Hack Something!

Tuesday, September 27th

  1. Costume Build Night Part 1

Thursday, September 29th

  1. Laser Workshop Night
    • Start time: 07:00pm
    • End time: 08:00pm
    • Where: 2215 Scott Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103, USA
    • Feel free to come by to learn how to use the laser cutter, talk about laser cutters, work on laser cutter projects, etc!

      Contact Person: Travis

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Saturday, October 1st

  1. Fundamentals of Arduino 2 of 4 "Sensors"
    • Start time: 07:00pm
    • End time: 08:30pm
    • Where: 2215 Scott Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103, USA
    • This will be a open to public class, We have a few Arduino's and laptops to use however it is best if you are able to bring a Arduino and Laptop. We will be going over sensor usage. This includes light,temp and ultrasonic and describing a few more. Sensors allow's a Arduino to sense the world around it. There will be sensor kits to purchase that will cost ~ 8-10 dollars.

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