Computer Science Programming Contest
Tomorrow, 8:30 a.m.
The computer science programming contest will take place tomorrow, March 16, at 8:30 a.m. The contest is open not only to computer science majors or minors, but also to anyone who has an interest in computer programming. The contest will last three hours, and the problems will be based on the Intercollegiate Programming Contest questions. The competition is an individual competition, and there is a prize for first, second and third places. Students can sign up at https://protect.bju.edu/wiki/display/csweb/Contest.
Tuesday, 3:30 p.m., Stratton Hall
Upholding a 10-year tradition, the Concert Band will perform on Tuesday, March 19, at 3:30 p.m. in Stratton Hall. The concert will open with a lively piece called “Choreography.” The other pieces will be just as fun and colorful. “The highlight of the concert will feature two faculty soloists: Bob Chest and Dan Kirsop,” said Dr. Bruce Cox, head of the department of instrumental studies and director of the Concert Band. “Since most students would probably know someone in the band, come out, support your friends and enjoy the music.”
Foundation Brass Concert
Thursday, 11:30 a.m., Student Center Mall
The Foundation Brass and Friends Choir will play outside in the Student Center Mall on Thursday, March 21, immediately after the morning service. Six brass faculty members and six students playing five types of instruments will perform seven pieces including Charles Pachelbel’s “Magnificat,” Sousa’s “El Capitan” and a brand new piece by BJU faculty member Seth Custer called “Capricious Metals.” “Come right after the service and listen before going to lunch,” said Mr. Paul Jantz, the director of the choir. “You’ve got a whole afternoon ahead of you — just stop and enjoy the music.”