Seniors take first place at annual JHacks hackathon with “Too Long; Didn’t Watch”
UPDATE: This article has been edited from the original version, which was posted March 13 at 7:44 a.m. See corrections at the bottom of the article.
By Jeremy Bell
Two seniors won at the third annual JHacks hackathon this weekend, a competition where student hackers put their creativity to work by developing unique ...
New, easy way to plan Shabbat meal arrives on your phone
By Johnny Moseman
For the Mitzpeh
When Daniel Reidler and Josh Nehrer were in college, they thought it should be a lot easier to plan a Shabbat meal. A lot goes into planning one of these potluck-style meals. It would always take a long time to coordinate who is bringing what and everyone is not normally on the same page. ...
UMD students create journaling app
By Nicole Kirkner
A new app created in February by two students at this university will help users capture daily memories in a digital journal directly on their smartphones.
Line A Day is a journaling app co-created by sophomore letters and sciences student Benjamin Taragin and senior computer science major ...