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Sept. 22, 2014 Hack-the-North a monumental success Students in front of Hack the North sign

Participants, sponsors and judges were impressed by Hack the North. 1,000 students from Canadian, U.S. and international universities — and some high school students — took part in the 36 hour hackathon. 

Below the list of winners are photos and sentiments from Twitter that provide a glimpse into the impressive weekend.

Sept. 17, 2014 Waterloo engineers named to new RSC college
Susan Tighe, a civil and environmental engineering professor, and Chris Eliasmith, a systems design engineering and philosophy professor, are among the inaugural 91 members of the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.   
Sept. 11, 2014 Hack The North — 36 hours, 1,000 students, hundreds of awesome ideas Hack the North, Canada's largest international hackathon Sept 19-21

 

One thousand of the brightest students in the world will spend 36 hours next weekend at the University of Waterloo — at the largest international hackathon in Canada.

Feb 10 2014 When would you lie?

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