Here are a list of the events that ACM organizes:
Code@Night (C@N) is a bi-to-tri-weekly all-night-long hacking session to let students that like to code come together and work on fun projects, eat pizza and pop tarts, and geek out.
Teddy Bear Programming
Teddy Bear Programming is when two people, a main programmer and a secondary programmer, sit together and work on a project that the main programmer has. The main programmer does most of the programming and explains what they’re doing, while the secondary programmer asks questions and provides helpful feedback.
Coffee chats are a way to meet your fellow CS students, find out what classes/professors you should take, and get free coffee, hot chocolate, or some other drink. They are usually held at the beginning of each semester.
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