Oberlin Computer Science Department students participated in the ACM Regional Programming Contest at Youngstown State 11/9 and 11/10. Two teams with 3 students each worked together to solve as many of the 8 problems within the 5 hour time period.
Oberlin Oriented Programmers (Nick Winter, Michael Brooks, and Katie Kuksenok) solved three problems (out of eight) and finished in 22nd place overall (out of 119 teams competing). They placed 5th among the teams participating at the Youngstown site.
CONGRATULATIONS on your fine work! For more information visit the ACM regional site.