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
Here is some advice on what type of transportation you should take at MIT. Get a Bluebikes membership Bluebikes memberships are $39 a year (student discount!) and allow you unlimited 45-minute rides between blue bike
MIT dining isn’t the best. I occasionally joke on my tours that food quality is proportional to the distance from the center of campus. Although, that is a fact: Next dining and Simmons dining are
There are some pretty nice places to nap on campus. Especially with the banana lounge in 26-110, nano building, and libraries, there are always comfortable places where I can take a nap. But even before
Wow, are you looking for good food at MIT? Unfortunately, there aren’t many good restaurants nearby. But that’s fine; Boston has a lot to offer. Here were some of my favorite restaurants for each occasion.
MIT Career Fair is one of the larger events on campus in the fall. Hundreds of companies crowd the Zeigar center and Johnson track and ice rink pre-covid, of course. My freshman year, I walked