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Mar. 21, 2014 12:15 pm

University of Maryland’s Terrapin Hackers featured on NPR

The Terrapin Hackers from the University of Maryland. Photo credit: Polina Vorozheykina.

The University of Maryland‘s Terrapin Hackers took home the top prize during the 2013 Major League Hacking season.

As Technical.ly Baltimore reported, the team from UMD’s College Park campus beat out such schools as Stanford University and the University of Pennsylvania.

National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” chatted with some of the student-hackers from the UMD team.

Listen to the NPR story

In April, the University of Maryland is hosting its first Major League Hacking Hackathon.

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