NMU STUDENTS PLACE SECOND IN PROGRAMMING CONTEST

            MARQUETTE –Patrisha Wells from Grand Ledge, Mich., along with William Kim and Roland Scott from Marquette, Mich., placed second in the sixth annual computer programming contest held on Saturday, March 19 at Northern Michigan University.

          The three NMU seniors participated together on a team that they titled “Byte Smith,” and competed against sixteen other teams from NMU, Algoma University College, Lake Superior State University and Michigan Technological University. 

          The competition lasted for 5 hours and consisted of solving a list of about seven computing problems.  MTU received the most points overall and was declared the winning school.



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