Five members of Bloomsburg University’s Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) club programming squad traveled to Marymount University for this year’s programming contest at the 37th Annual Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (CCSC)-Eastern Conference. The contest featured 17 teams representing schools in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Team members Ben Vick and Eric Cool of the “Bytesize Houligans” solved six of ten problems and received an honorable mention for getting the only solution to one problem, although the winning team solved seven. Brandon Noecker, William Gallagher, and Karun Mahadevan from team “CompuHuskies” solved three problems during the four-hour contest.
~Retrieved from BU Student News Email - Monday, Nov. 1, 2021