(left to right) Alex Villalta ’14, Harry Levin ’14, Aaron Lowe ’15, and Dan Barton ’14
In January, the Tri-College Consortium held its first Hackathon, a weekend-long computer science contest in which teams of students develop web applications. At the end of the competition, teams delivered presentations about their projects to a panel of judges, all who are working professionals in the computer science field. Prizes for top three projects were awarded.
To read more about the Hackathon, view our news feature, and explore all Hackathon student projects on the Haverford Hackathon page.
Besan Abu Radwan ’14, Paulina Cueto ’14, and Allie Lake ’14, three of four team members, work on their project, HaverSched.
Judges Gabriel Farrell, Casey Palowitch, Mike Dershowitz, Katherine Rowe, and Beah Burger-Lenehan ’06.
Members of MatchBot, a Swarthmore-based team, works on their project.
Hackathon students present their project, What To Do.
A shot over the crowd as students present their projects.
The judges confer in Founders Basement.
The members of the winning team TryLinGo celebrates with a group hug.
Some of the team members of TryLinGo, the winning project, pose for a group shot after the results were announced.
Photos by Thom Carroll.