Recent News

For those of you keeping score at home, Matthew Bender prefers Vim over Emacs. As for his favorite flavor of Linux, Bender says he uses Ubuntu. And predictably, his shell of choice is Bash. If you...
Over Martin Luther King weekend, Terrapins of all ages and skill levels converged upon two of the biggest and most prestigious and high-profile hackathons in the country. These hackathons, namely the...
Some freshmen spend their summers lounging around the pool or marathoning TV shows--not Andrew Liu. The ambitious UMD sophomore Computer Science major spent his previous summer at the United States...
The University of Maryland’s seven-month-old Terrapin Cricket Club plans to compete in the American College Cricket National Tournament this March. After its success at the regional tournament in...
The Computer Science department held an intro to VR programming seminar for students over winter break.
While most of us were home for winter, the Computer Science department hosted an intro to VR programming seminar. This seminar introduced students to the basics of the game engine Unity , as well as...
Computer science seems to come just as easy to Alex as lacrosse does. Although she replaced multiple names on her high school’s track records and guided the soccer team to a county championship, she...
Sometimes, RSVPing for an event can be more of a harrowing process than it should be. There's the lurking fear of “what if something comes up?”, the constant worry of which friends or acquaintances...
Computer science sophomore, Jeremy Krach, took third place in IBM’s Master the Mainframe 2014 this winter, beating out 4,900 high school and college students across the United States and Canada. The...