The Horizons Hackathon occurred halfway through our summer, just 6 weeks into our advanced curriculum. It served as an opportunity to bring product ideas to life. What they built made our jaws drop. We love Wellesley students. It was no surprise that Wellesley Horizonites worked on thematically diverse projects during our...
If you had 3–4 months to do anything, what would you do? When asked this question, Horizonites took on the challenge of bringing their ideas to life. Check out a few examples of what our Spring ’17 Horizonites have built below: Video Search Rajiv P +Bennett M If a picture is worth 1,000 words,...
Yes, they’re at it again… Horizonites Yasmeen Wermers, Shree Chekuri, and Claire Huang (pictured below) earned a spot at the podium at Uber’s first ever college hackathon (at Uber’s headquarters in downtown San Francisco) this past month. Oh, and they had learned to code over the prior 8 weeks. Skill? Talent? Luck? We...
The post below is written by Eagle Wu, Babson Class of 2019 and Horizons Class of Summer 2016 After a lot of RedBull, stress, and cramps, I walked in disbelief onto the stage in front of a crowd of 500+ people. Granted, I hadn’t slept in over 36 hours, so...
For the past 6 weeks, Horizonites have been busy working on their own startup ideas or taking on projects for existing startups. Below we showcase a handful of the amazing products they have built! PROJECT #1: CORTEX by Julian Mullins, Ruth Bagley, Taylor Concannon, Virginia Van Keuren, Adam He What it is (www.cortexgame.com) Cortex...