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Smash Tournament - Binary Day (Reschedule) - Doubles Boogaloo Sep 24, 2019 We are proud to host our second Smash Bros tournament / fundraiser of the Fall 2019 semester! This one will be a special event in honor of binary day…a doubles tournament. Find someone you play well with and get ready to have 2v2 action and see which team comes out on top. Entry is $10 per team, or $2 per person for free play. The event starts at 5:30PM October 17th in HCC 327. ...
Hack-a-thon 2019 Sep 19, 2019 Get ready for the annual Hack-a-Thon! It is a friendly, 24-hour marathon programming event where you can compete against your peers to create a cool program. The event will be held at noon in the HCC digital auditorium and lasts for 24 hours. The competetion will be split into three categories: 110, 220 / 240, and 340+. Groups may be contain up to 3 members each, and all members must be in the same category. ...
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament next week! Apr 12, 2019 We are happy to announce that our next Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fundraiser tournament will be held next week on Wednesday, April 17th, at 6pm in HCC Room 327. Come out to enjoy thrilling matches and support the club! As with our last tournament, the entry fee is $5 for tournament + friendlies access, or $2.50 for just friendlies. All players are encouraged to bring their own controllers. We will have TVs, but we welcome participants to bring their full console setups so that we can have as many matches running simultaneously as possible. ...
Hello world! Apr 03, 2019 If you’re reading this, then that means our fancy new website is live! It’s powered by Hugo, a static site generator written in Go. Moving forward this will serve as a hub for us to make longer form announcements, post meeting minutes, coordinate events, and more!

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Test Post Apr 08, 2019 Welcome to the Test Post! This is a test post to demonstrate some of Hugo’s capabilities. It is adapted from John Gruber’s Markdown Syntax page here. Overview Philosophy Markdown is intended to be as easy-to-read and easy-to-write as is feasible. Readability, however, is emphasized above all else. A Markdown-formatted document should be publishable as-is, as plain text, without looking like it’s been marked up with tags or formatting instructions. While Markdown’s syntax has been influenced by several existing text-to-HTML filters – including Setext, atx, Textile, reStructuredText, Grutatext, and EtText – the single biggest source of inspiration for Markdown’s syntax is the format of plain text email. ...

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