Students place at programming competition

Mitchell Eithun ’17 of New London, Wisconsin; Jeremiah Hargis ’15 of Elgin, Illinois; and Braxton Schafer ’15 of North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; placed ninth out of 60 teams at a programming contest held during the Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium at the University of North Dakota, April 10-11.

Six other Ripon College students also participated: Dylan Anderson ’18 of Princeton, Wisconsin; Guanshan Fix ’15 of Madison, Wisconsin; Michael Gableman ’16 of Greendale, Wisconsin; Nay Htet ’17 of Mayanmar; Alex Kazmierski ’17 of Mukwonago, Wisconsin; and Joe Maloney ’17 of Antioch, Illinois. Fix and Schafer also participated in the robotics competition.


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