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
During my four years at MIT, I would enjoy occasionally giving tours to prospective MIT students. It reminded me of when I was in their shoes, looking at potential colleges back in high school. My
For many students at MIT, winter break and winter semester blur into one long break from school. During this time, students aren’t required to be on campus or do anything productive. However, many use this
What’s great: MIT Libraries. What’s not great: MIT’s Library Search System. (Also my ability to write everyday) Maybe because I don’t know what I want to read… when I decide I finally want to read.
“Did you do an FPOP?” Me: “Yeah, I did FOP” “Wait FLP?” Me: “No, F-O-P. The outdoors program.” “Oh” FPOPs: http://uaap.mit.edu/first-year-mit/orientation/pre-orientation-programs-fpops FPOPs are pre-orientation camps that are optional for prefrosh. The number of times
Spring break has passed. After finally getting some time for myself I realized I should start writing more. So I’m going to write 30 articles in the 30 days of April about something I know
AP Tests are supposed to get you ahead in college, and in some cases, it does. However, overloading on AP credit doesn’t really help you as much: be wise in what you take, and if