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Top 5 Tips on Choosing a University

Choosing a university to apply for can be nerve wracking. You are basically narrowing down your life choices for the next three years which is daunting in itself. 545 more words


Five Years After University - My Greatest Gain from my Undergrad

Last night I realized something very weird…

It’s already been five years since my last undergraduate class!

I can’t help but wonder where the time has gone. 374 more words


Spring Has Sprung

I’m so happy that spring is here. It’s one of my favorite times of year, a close runner-up to fall (because all girls love fall, didn’t you know?). 970 more words

The five types of people you'll meet at a red brick uni 

Obviously I can’t speak for everyone, but moving half way across the country has brought me into contact with people that I never thought I’d meet, let alone be friends with. 2,691 more words

Ophelia’s Despair ––– A Short Reflection on Kierkegaard’s Three Types of Despair

Ophelia is one of the two female characters in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. We first see her sending her brother Laertes off to France when he warns her of the destined tragic outcome of her and Hamlet’s relationship. 589 more words


An Overview of MIT’s Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program

A graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Sam M. Hwang received both a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering, with a concentration in bioengineering and entrepreneurial management, and a master of science in materials science and engineering. 191 more words

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Bits of Biology #1: New love and old enimies

Biology is biology, no matter where you go. But teachers and lectures, that’s a different matter. 281 more words

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