LM students excel at Widener University programming competition
Lower Merion computer science students captured first and second place at Widener University's 11th annual programming competition on Thursday, March 23. Students competed in groups of three against more than 50 teams from about 15 local high schools. The teams were tasked with using either Python or Java to solve eight challenging programming problems. First place was won by the team of Noah Rubin, Eli Bickel and David Vonderheide. Second place was won by Charley Hermann, Jake Gurevitch and Ben Loeb.