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Alumni Spotlight: Malcolm Bowie

March 28, 2016 8:26 PM

The Clockwork Oranges got the chance to catch up with Malcolm Bowie, a former student of El Modena High School who is still involved with the team Team. Bowie was a part of the 2012 Robotics Club which became Team 4322. He continues to act as a mentor for the team and helps out when he has the chance. Currently, Bowie attends the University of Wisconsin –

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World-class Welding

February 12, 2016 8:06 PM

As always, The Clockwork Oranges work long hard hours to be the best robotics team across the nation. In order to achieve that dream, they have taken on the art of welding. Mr. Gaines along with other FIRST mentors were the minds behind the welding. They believed it was an important skill needed to achieve the best robot as well as be a step ahead of the other

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Let's Build

January 24, 2016 11:24 AM

If you have read Francesca Sarmiento’s “Domo Arigato…Mr. Roboto”, you probably know all about the FIRST fun we’ve had all year. El Modena’s best and brightest, The Clockwork Oranges have entered build season. A period of six weeks where each FIRST Robotics team is required to build two robots in order to compete in FIRST STRONGHOLD. This year about

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Domo Arigato…Mr. Roboto

January 24, 2016 11:20 AM

As robotics nerds, picture Bill Gates, across the nation eagerly counted down to the reveal of FRC’s 2016 Stronghold game, Frontline was there among the crowd, and it was electric…and a bit solar as well. Great minds of our tech future huddled to discuss the possibilities and strategies. Each year FIRST Robotics Competition, or FRC, releases new challenges

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The Clockwork Oranges at Treats in the Streets

January 8, 2016 1:15 PM

On Thursday, October 29th, 2015 between 4 P.M. to 7 P.M. , The Clockwork Oranges represented El Modena and their note-worthy skills in the Old Towne Orange Plaza (The Orange Circle). The team entertained the younger Halloween-goers through a simple game which won them candy. via Mr. Bowie Captain Steven Bell helps child power Fred For this event, the Clockwork

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