PHOTOS


Anderson – 1st Place
Host: Purdue HS Contest


Eastbrook – 2nd place
Host: Purdue HS Contest


Owen Vally – 3rd place
Host: Purdue HS Contest


Kouts
Host: Purdue HS Contest


Gamma Chapter of Theta Tau – 1st place
Host: University of Arizona


Kimberly HS – 1st place
Host: Milwaukee


PSPE- 1st place
Purdue Regionals
Host: Purdue


Triangle Fraternity – 1st place
SDSM&T
Host: SDSM&T


Staples Wreckers – 1st place
Staples High School
Host: Discovery Museum


Windham Technical School
Host: Discovery Museum
CT Governor Malloy attends RGMC at Discovery Museum


Theta Tau Actives
SDSM&T
Host: SDSM&T


Theta Tau Pledges
SDSM&T
Host: SDSM&T


County Fair – 1st place
St. Agnes Academy
Host: St.Agnes


Three Knuckleheads – 1st place
John Marshall HS
Host: Minnesota


Grace Baptist – 1st place
Host: Ferris

 


Physics Phrench Phryz,
Kenyon-Wanamingo HS
Host: Minnesota


Sesame,
St Clair HS
Host: Minnesota


Loyola #1,
Loyola Catholic HS
Host: Minnesota


NK Math Club
Northwood-Kensett HS
Host: Minnesota


Southland 2
Southland HS
Host: Minnesota


Rockford HS- 2nd place
Host: Ferris


West Catholic – 3rd place
Host: Ferris


Adventures Up There,
St. Agnes Academy
Host: St.Agnes


Recycled Childhood Memories,
Church Point
Host: St.Agnes


Physics Inferno,
St. Agnes Academy
Host: St.Agnes


Baker’s Dozen – 1st place
Wantaugh HS
Host: Cradle of Aviation Museum


Geek Squad – 3rd place
Riverhead HS
Host: Cradle of Aviation Museum


Four Wise Men – 2nd place
Riverhead HS
Host: Cradle of Aviation Museum

NATIONAL CONTEST

Great video clip about the far reaching influences for students, when they participate in a Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
Courtesy of 2MillionMinutesTV by Bob Compton

Kimberly High School took 1st place this year at the HS Nationals. Hosted by Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI on Saturday, March 18, the Nationals were a success and 12 teams competed for the winning spot.


Kimberly High School, Kimberly WI

According to Prof Tom Hollen, Host Site Chairman for Ferris: “The competition was good this year. Very creative machines and costumes..and a lot of team spirit”

2nd place: Minooka High, Minooka, IL – Mr. Rubeorium’s Wonder Emporium.
3rd Place: Anderson High, Anderson, IN – Indians.


On the left: Anderson, Right front: Minooka

NATIONAL CONTEST

St. Olaf competed with 8 other top college teams to take the College Nationals winning title. The Nationals on March 31, are hosted by Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN.


St. Olaf

Jennifer George, our Legacy Director, was there to congratulate the teams and announce our Task for 2013…Hammer A Nail.

Purdue won 2nd place and the Best Single Move


Penn State took 3rd place slot. (above)


The Legacy Award went to University of Arizona.(above)

PHOTOS


Penn State


Penn State

Penn State


Penn State