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HOYA HACKS

Hoya Hacks Celebrates Student Ingenuity

Typeface, a device that helps recovering permanently or temporarily near-paralyzed individuals communicate with their loved ones, took first place at the 36-hour Hoya Hacks competition this weekend, an event that celebrated technological innovation and advancement among students. James Pavur (SFS ’16) and Casey Dayton received an award for Typeface, along[Read More…]

by January 30, 2018 1 comment Campus News, News, News - Top
HOYA HACKS
Over 300 student competitors from more than 130 universities from all over the country participated in a 36-hour hackathon in the Healey Family Student Center to test their software and hardware skills.

Hoya Hacks Highlights Tech Innovation

Students from colleges across the country descended upon Georgetown’s campus last weekend to compete in the second annual Hoya Hacks, a competitive 36-hour test of software and hardware skill and determination in pursuit of prizes and honors. This year’s event attracted more than 300 students from over 130 universities. Hosted[Read More…]

by November 11, 2016 0 comments Business, Business - Top
Hoya Hacks Inspires Innovation

Hoya Hacks Inspires Innovation

More than 300 students from over 40 universities gathered at Georgetown University this weekend for its inaugural hackathon, Hoya Hacks. Organized by co-founders Taylor Wan (COL ’16), Casandra Schwartz (COL ’16) and 47 volunteers, the 36-hour event took place in the Healey Family Student Center, where students collaborated in groups[Read More…]

by February 5, 2016 1 comment Business, Business - Top
Hacking a Liberal Arts Education

Hacking a Liberal Arts Education

“And that’s what this last chapter is all about. It could be interesting to dive deeper, but because we are not an engineering school, we can wrap up this class here. Any questions?” Just one. At what university is it remotely acceptable to damn an entire department to mediocrity? At[Read More…]

by February 5, 2016 1 comment Commentary, Opinion, Opinion - Top