Featured Student: Lexie Boren

Bio Course of Study: Computer Science and English double majorHometown: Boulder, COInterests include: Knitting, crafting, reading, plants. If you could re-do all of your experience with computer science, would you do anything differently? I would have made more friends in the department in my earlier years! I always did okay in Computer Science classes, but […]

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Featured Student: Raya Deussen

Bio Course of Study: Computer Science majorHometown: Bainbridge Island, WashingtonInterests include: Art, Illustration for the Pioneer Log (LC student-run newspaper), French, Plants 🙂 If you could re-do all of your experience with computer science, would you do anything differently? Probably start earlier! I took a CS class for fun my sophomore year when I was […]

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Featured Student: Ryan Crim

Bio Course of Study: CS major; Rhetoric and Media Studies minor.Hometown: San Antonio, Texas (Go Spurs!)Interests include: Cooking, Camping, 30 Rock If you could re-do all of your experience with computer science, would you do anything differently? I would take classes earlier, because I started my major late. While I adore taking two computer science classes a semester, […]

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Featured Student: Liza Clairagneau

Bio Course of Study: Psychology and Computer Science/Mathematics double majorHometown: Kigali, RwandaInterests include: Art, Dance, Decolonial work, Netflix/TV shows If you could re-do all of your experience with computer science, would you do anything differently? I would start learning computer science early. I sometimes expect myself to find CS as intuitive as maths sometimes feel, […]

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Featured Student: Joy Zeichick

This schoolyear’s first ACM featured student is Joy Zeichick! If you’d like to nominate someone (or yourself) to be the ACM featured student, see this form. Bio Major: Rhetoric and Media Studies Minor: Computer ScienceHometown: Chico, CAMain interests: Theater, photography, books What project or experience (in computing) are you most proud of? Teaching kids Python and Lua coding this […]

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Featured Student: Nick Tan

Bio Major: Computer Science and Mathematics Minor: EconomicsHometown: MalaysiaMain interests: Building (fun) things, cooking and creating new recipes, biking Website: nicktej.com What’s your favorite thing about CS (or math) at LC? The community! Before I came to LC, I was planning on majoring in Economics. But, when I took my first CS class during my […]

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Featured Student: Zoe Harrington

Bio Course of Study: CS and Studio Art double major Hometown: Berlin, Germany What project or experience (in computing) are you most proud of? In the summer of 2018, Max Levin and I started working with professor Peter Drake on a machine learning research project using a convolutional neural network to identify clouds in sky […]

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Featured Student: Ahmed Gedi

Bio Course of Study: Computer Science & Math major, minor in Latin American Studies Hometown: SE Portland, OR Main Interests: Mobile/Web applications, Graph Theory, Latin American history, and salsa dancing Website:http:// https://ahmedgedi.github.io What project or experience (in computing) are you most proud of? My favorite project/experience by far has been building a React application during […]

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Featured Student: Roshan Bhatia

Bio Course of Study: CS Major, Religious Studies Minor Hometown: San Diego, CA Main Interests: Distributed Systems, Network Security, Loud Music, Basketball Github: https://github.com/roshbhatia LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roshan-bhatia-2b1970a7/ What’s some advice you have for other computationally minded students? Work on some personal projects! To be honest, just doing the coursework isn’t going to prepare you for the […]

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Featured Student: Adriana Rogers

Bio Course of Study: CS & Math major, minor in Political Science  Hometown: Auburn, CA, but grew up overseas  Main Interests: Using CS and math for data-driven approaches to social justice issues.  What project or experience (in computing) are you most proud of? Last summer, I worked at the Voting Rights Data Institute through Tufts […]

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