PHOTO ESSAY: Haverford Hosts 2015 Tri-Co Hackathon

This past weekend, Haverford hosted the second annual Tri-College Hackathon, a non-stop, “48-hour event open to all Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore students.” Increasingly popular on college campuses nationwide, Hackathons typically involve teams of 2-5 students that design an application or software program. A total of 10 teams competed, with roughly 50 participants in total. This year, the TriCo Hackathon involved coding and hacking projects that emphasized “social and environmental impact: projects that aim to make the world — within the Tri-Co or beyond — a better place.”

 

Opening Ceremonies IMG_0115 TriCo Text Team IMG_0118 Hacking IMG_0120 Updated TriCo Course Guide Hacker Teams President Dan Weiss Delivers Opening Remarks Casey Falk '16 During Final Judging Ceremony

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