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MATRIM (a game)

Written by    Jan 9, 2017

Scott Adams (creator of the Dilbert comic strip), once said: “Engineers like to solve problems. If there are no problems handily available, they will create their own problems.” It was precisely this way of thinking that led me to try and play a popular video game on a glorified calculator. Shorty after beginning my engineering education at Ohio State, I learned the basics of programming in MATLAB software. […]

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An Open Letter

Written by    Nov 14, 2016

Over the last week, there has been no greater topic on campus than the 2016 presidential election outcome. Honestly, I certainly was disappointed that my candidate lost — and as an immigrant had to take a bit to remind myself that I am still happy to have become a citizen of this country. As a result, I sat down in the Knowlton Hall Cafe and […]

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Activism, Advocacy, Personal, The Future

Campus Discoveries: Cappuccino

Written by    Oct 5, 2016

It was over a page of physics homework, waiting for the time to head to my philosophy class, that I found a surprising campus gem. Now, this campus gem is not really a place, although it is associated with one. Rather, it is… the cappuccino at the Connecting Grounds Cafe. In the past if I wanted a nicer coffee, I would leave the pleasant section of campus that […]

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Campus Life, Food, Personal, Student Life

Five things you will do

Written by    Sep 9, 2016

Five things you will do during your first few weeks of college: Entering college, I had a lot of expectations for what college life would be like. What I found out rather quickly, is that the things I was wondering about proved to be the wrong things to analyze. Here are five things that you will encounter when starting college, that may not seem significant […]

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Academics, Advice, Campus Life, Food, Schedules, Student Life