The Observer

HackCWRU codes success

HackCWRU brought together more than 350 students for a 36-hour coding and engineering competition. Participants developed technological skills from four categories: finance, civic, health or maker.

Alexandre Tilly, Contributing Reporter

February 23, 2018

Over 350 students from Case Western Reserve University, outside undergraduate schools, graduate schools and high schools participated in hackCWRU, a 36-hour coding marathon between Friday, Feb. 16 and Sunday, Feb. 18. The competition is an annual platform for computer scientists to collaborate with ...

HackCWRU brings student inventors together for 36-hour marathon

Inventions at the third annual HackCWRU included a lightbulb that synchronizes to its holder's heartbeat, a genetic simulator for children, and a set of clothing for a couple that light up brighter as they get closer to each other. The event was open to high schoolers, current CWRU students and alumni.

Kushagra Gupta, Opinions Editor

February 19, 2016

HackCWRU returns to campus over Valentine's Day weekend

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