BJU took eight students to Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia, to compete in the 32nd annual CCSC-SE programming contest on November 3.
There were 21 teams from 11 schools competing in the contest. The contest problem set consisted of 9 problems and the students had three hours to solve them. Our team of Nathan Collins and Sam Henry solved all nine problems and finished first. The team of Zac Hayes, Ryan Longacre, and Jeremiah England finished fifth and solved five problems. Congratulations to these students!