Images from the first annual Hack Your Campus competition, February 2015.
Contestant Tyler VandenAvond begins his pitch for a one card system.
Monica Chaffee presenting her team's pitch "Hawk Light Crossing."
Nashon Cook-Nelson and Margaret Alger presenting their pitch, "Laker Lift"
Monica Chaffee checks her notes during her pitch.
Lindsay Noonan, one of the final-round judges, takes notes during the final-round pitching.
Nashon Cook-Nelson during the pitch.
Margaret Alger watching for her cue to pick up the pitch from her partner.
Monica Chaffee wraps up her pitch.
Connor Payne begins his pitch, "Ahoy Laker"
Connor Payne references his slides during the pitch.
Connor Payne explains how his "Ahoy Laker" app works.
An audience member looks on during the pitching.
Lee VanOrsdel, Dean of Libraries, and John Berry watching one of the final-round pitches.
Lee VanOrsdel and Provost Davis watch one of the final-round pitches.
Grant Price begins his final-round pitch.
Cara Cadena, one of the organizers, watches one of the final-round contestants.
Thomas Nichols begins his final-round pitch, "Where's the Bus?"
Kyle Felker, Digital Initiatives Librarian, keeps time for the final round contestants.
Kyle Felker announces the winners of the competition.
The competition winners gather at the conclusion of the event.
The winners of the competition pose with their prizes!
Monica Chaffee and Keenan Thompson took first place for their pitch, "Hawk Light Crossing."
Connor Payne took second place for his pitch "Ahoy Laker."
Nashon Cook-Nelson and Margaret Alger took last place for their pitch "Laker Lift."
The winners with their prizes.
The competition winners pose with the final-round judges: Lee VanOrsdel, Dean of Libraries, Provost Gail Davis, John Berry, and Lindsay Noonan.