Nicholas Gallo, member of the group called Pac Wichita, gives interviews after winning Hackathon on Sunday afternoon during the Hackathon presentation in Century II. (June 5, 2016)
Nicholas Gallo, member of the group called Pac Wichita, gives interviews after winning Hackathon on Sunday afternoon during the Hackathon presentation in Century II. (June 5, 2016) Manny De Los Santos The Wichita Eagle
Nicholas Gallo, member of the group called Pac Wichita, gives interviews after winning Hackathon on Sunday afternoon during the Hackathon presentation in Century II. (June 5, 2016) Manny De Los Santos The Wichita Eagle

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