Arthur Brenninkmeijer said he struggled to find restaurants that fit his taste, so he decided to create an easy, social way to discover recommendations from friends—SpotDrop.
“We want to offer the kind of trips where you take whiskey shots in the middle of the jungle with 3D printers workers,” said Bischoff.
Rows of Macbooks lined Eagle’s Nest Monday afternoon as students in professor John Gallaugher’s Swift/iOS App Development class showcased their final projects for the semester. The course, now in its third semester, aims at arming the next generation of business innovators with the coding experience necessary to be successful in the modern world. He hosts…
“[It] was like crazy for me to fathom that this could happen to somebody at a moment’s notice,” Giovanniello said of his grandmother’s sudden stroke which prompted his interest in helping people through technology.
Midterm season is upon us, but Quickhelp offers personalized in-person tutoring services for any subject on demand.
After a Boston Uber driver was convicted of sexual assault, the company needs to increase safety and background checks for its drivers.
TJ Caveney, CSOM ’18, created “Linkle” to bridge the gap between college students whose skills complement one another.
After graduating from Colby College, David Stanton launched an app that tells students how to avoid a busy gym.