The Hispanic Association of Computing College Students (HACCS) at NJIT’s Ying Wu College of Computing has taken off and is already seeing a great turnout in their inaugural meetings. This Hispanic-oriented club seeks to cater to the needs of Hispanic computing students and create a group that will allow them to support each other with computing coursework and make ties that create a homelike atmosphere at NJIT. Michelle Bautista ’24, the president of HACCS, feels proud to take on the responsibility of starting this club from the ground up, but gives special thanks to James Geller, professor and interim chair of the YWCC’s Department of Data Science, who laid the groundwork. To read the full story.