On Saturday, March 29, six Hiram College students competed in a regional computer science programming contest at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. With 24 teams participating and 12 problems to solve, Hiram’s two teams, Hi ROM and Hi RAM, placed 9th and 13th, respectively. Hi ROM team members were Cory Boatright (Reynoldsburg, OH), Robin Jha (Rajbiraj, Nepal), and Will Mooney (Medina, OH). Hi RAM team members were Stefan Maurer (Olmsted Falls, OH), Hiroki Morimoto (Tokushima, Japan), and Kent Vasko (Newbury, OH). The evening prior to the programming contest, the Hiram delegation participated in Google Games, where participants solved six paper and pencil problems. The programming contest was sponsored by Google. Photos from the trip are available online at cs.hiram.edu/~walkerel/CMUPC08.