ChicTech, an outreach program of the University of Illinois Department of Computer Science, extends an open invitation for college women to participate in the fifth annual Games 4 Girls Programming Competition (G4G). Students can get real-world, collaborative experience by creating new software for girl gamers.
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For those of you who don't read the comics anymore, you missed a rather brilliant insight in the comic strip called "Zits" today.
"Zits" sketches the life of a teenager named Jeremy, his friends, and his parents. It chronicles Jeremy's crushes, sleep habits, prolific food consumption, apathy for household chores, and forays into driving and curfew-breaking, among other topics; its characters may be stereotypes, but they are stereotypes whose behavior rings true.