To MEng or not to MEng? (MEng is short for Masters in Engineering) It is much easier to MEng at MIT in computer science than in other colleges. Essentially, only a GPA requirement and a
It seems like every single year that MIT gets softer and softer. Not physically, of course, but rather it has become easier to achieve better grades. It’s good that MIT is stepping in that direction
I’ve sought a lot of advice over the years. Whether it is what class to take or what clubs to join, I’ve asked upperclassmen about many things. Here are some of the advice I’ve gotten
There are ten dorms on campus. Each one has its own living arrangements and stereotypes. I want to pay homage to my home Baker House Baker Home. I think it’s an underrated and under-appreciated dorm.
Interestingly enough, Greek life represents a nontrivial part at MIT. More than 40% of guys are affiliated with a fraternity and just around a third with a sorority. It’s nothing like the debauchery you see
If you are having trouble deciding on what language to take in high school, I’d recommend reading it. Otherwise it’s mostly a rant. I’m proud to say I’ve always spoken two languages: English and Chinese.
Recently I’ve been asking this question to many people and also made a poll about this. Question: You are in a car with two other friends, and you were sitting in the backseat. The driver drops
I’ve joined many clubs at MIT. I can’t say I was active in all of them, but I gained a lot of knowledge and met some cool people. Every semester, I’ve realized the importance of
One really cool thing I like about MIT’s campus is the Charles River. It borders the south side of campus and gives our dorms some of the best views of Boston. After my first year,
Have you ever had the desire to journal but quit because it was too much effort? Amanda Deng and I always had this issue and attempted to find ways to do so. We tried bullet