Archive for the 'Kudos' Category

C S 141 Games

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Here are highlights of the arcade-game project in Briggs’s C S 141 class.  This year, Breakout was popular — but there are other old favorites, and an original or two.      

CS 141 Game Projects: 2013

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The CS 141 students from Dr. Briggs’s Fall 2013 class made some pretty good games . . . here are screenshots.  Some of the images are clickable:  clicking will get you a copy of the game.  Challenge your brain with CodgerBall or Bolderdash, and test your reflexes with Space Gems, Coin Runner, and others. Descriptions […]

CS 141 game projects

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What follows is the game projects from Dr. Briggs’s CS 141 class (Structured Programming I), Fall 2012.  They use C++ in Microsoft Visual Studio with the DarkGDK programming library.  It sounds like they had fun!  Click a screenshot to see a more detailed writeup on the game. UPDATE:  these games (the ones we have permission […]

CS@LC Professor selected to teach in Vietnam

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Dr. Randy Ribler, professor of computer science, is one of nine U.S. scholars selected by the Vietnam Education Foundation (VEF) to teach at Vietnamese universities as part of its U.S. Faculty Scholar (USFS) Program. Dr. Ribler taught as a Fulbright Scholar at Vietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU-HN) in 2006 and will return to VNU-HN for […]

Computer science major named top scholar

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Brandon Gannicott ’13 has been named the 2012 Sommerville Scholar, the highest academic award given by the College in recognition of a distinguished academic record. A computer science major with a minor in philosophy, Brandon says those courses of study fit together well. “I like the combination because it suggests that I’m a thoughtful engineer,” […]