On The Go | Mar 18, 2013 | 6:27

A group MUN Computer Science students come togethor to aid the Autistic Society.

Mark Gauci is the Program Manager for the Computer Science Society at Memorial Universaity. He dropped by our Studo to tell us about it.

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