I loved orientation. It was a time of free food, excitement, and lots of new experiences. Since I didn’t go to CPW, all the activities were novel and a bit… strange, but fun regardless. (In
I’m from Texas. It doesn’t snow there. At least until I left for college. So I didn’t know what to expect when I went to Boston, would I be able to adjust to the weather?
Although I majored in computer science and will recommend it to anyone willing to listen to me, I know that computer science is not for everyone. I hope that sharing my thoughts will help people
Sometimes, I get the craving to play the piano. However, while on campus, I can’t wander up to my piano and play some notes. There are a limited number of pianos on campus with varying
Wouldn’t it be cool to tap into another dorm and immediately be able to enter it without having someone let you in? Well, if MIT really wanted us to be more social, they should allow
I still vividly remember back in high school when I would walk the empty halls a few days before the start of school. I would try different paths between classes and figure out when I
What do people do when they graduate MIT? It’s funny to see how many of the majors have common career paths ahead of them. These all play into the stereotypes of the majors at MIT.
When I go back home, it’s easy to say, “I spend all my time on campus,” but in reality, I actually spend a lot of time across the river. Whether it is to my fraternity,
Did you know that computer science is a popular major at MIT? Well, it’s pretty obvious once you step on campus. More than 40% of students are majoring in something related to computer science. And
I’m always impressed when I see people in libraries studying. For me, seeing people I know distracts me a lot (especially people I haven’t seen in a while). Even for a relatively small school (compared