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The second annual Simmons SharkHack was held on academic campus from Sept. 30 to Oct. 1. College students and recent graduates worked with mentors to create and develop, among other things, mobile applications and games. The event also included workshops and a panel. Participants were awarded prizes for their work at the closing ceremony Saturday evening.

All pictures are from the Simmons SharkHack Twitter Page, credited to Samantha Strain

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