Work Wives.

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I couldn’t tell you the last time I did a problem set, wrote a lab report, or studied for an exam 100% by myself. Assuming I’ve averaged ~5 assignments per week for the past 7 semesters, that’s approximately 455 assignments that I’ve needed the help of one of my peers to understand a derivation, check…

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Weeks/Weekends in Review

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The past few weeks have been pretty cool. Not exactly in a temperature way (hey 80-degree weather forecasts; welcome back), but in a Vanessa-Bayer-playing-Miley-Cyrus-on-SNL kind of way. In a rare occurrence for the end of a semester, my academic load has been relatively light, which of course has caused me to question whether I’ve forgotten…

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When You Bring an Engineer to an Art Museum

I’m an engineer. At least, that’s what it says on my J-card and transcript. As such, my life consists of a lot of partial derivatives, electric fields, and crystal field diagrams. One of the coolest things at Hopkins is that this is my academic world, a world very different from students in other majors and…

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