Pokerbots Competition cancelled this IAP
This six unit undergraduate class allowed teams of up to four students to build autonomous poker players and concluded with a final competition and prizes of over $25,000 from technology and finance firms.
California is students’ top externship destination
The most popular externships included opportunities at IBM, Hudson River Trading, Microsoft, Quizlet, Five Rings Capital, Twitch Interactive, Inc., and NASDAQ OMX, with IBM receiving applications from 280 students and set to host 31.
Remembering Michael Cohen (1992-2017)
Michael B. Cohen ’14, SM ’16, a doctoral student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), passed away due to natural causes in the end of September.
DSL lowers new dorm’s pricing after complaints about subpar living conditions
The Division of Student Life has been working on improving the conditions, but the process is “slower than expected.”