HopHacksPublished Sept 20, 2017
In rooms around Hodson Hall on Saturday night, clusters of students tapped away at their laptops amid a scattering of snack bags, soda cans, book bags, and belongings. Some took time out from their teamwork to study for a test. A few napped using balled up sweatshirts as pillows. It was the final night of HopHacks, the annual Johns Hopkins "hacking" marathon in which students are challenged to develop a new tech solution or product within 36 hours.