Job Searching Season 2, Ep 1: Networking

"It's no secret that you're looking for a job", that's what my career adviser told me when I met her last week. And I felt that statement is the underlying theme of what I have been doing for the past month since restarting my job search. Season 1 But first a little back story of …

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Did I make the right choice?

Why did you choose ASU (Arizona State University)? That's the question that I get asked and get asked quite often when I meet new people. And every time I get asked about it, my answer is simple. I chose ASU because of the weather. It doesn't snow in Tempe nor is there much of rainfall. …

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The ever-lasting balance

It's a brand new year and also the start of a new semester. The novelty of studying in America has definitely worn off and I have gotten used to pretty much everything about studying here in Arizona; So, looking forward into this year, my plan is to switch things up a little To be honest, …

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Fall is over

For the second time this year, the semester is over yet again. Unlike in Spring, this semester was hard, like literally. But education won't be fun if things were easy right? I'll be talking mostly about my expectations and the reality of this semester in this entry and I'll leave the nitty and gritty stuff …

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My E2 Camp experience

Honestly, I don't really remember how I found out about E2 Camp. I would like to say that I read about it through the newsletter but it also could've been through the stalking that I was doing about the Fulton Schools. But either way, attending this camp has provided me a different perspective towards my experience …

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A new season

I have always imagined what it would be to live in a place that has 4 seasons and gratefully, I am able experience that this year. In January, I had a little taste of winter with the cold winds and unexpected rainfall that rarely happens in Arizona according to the locals. Soon after that, I …

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My first wave of reviews

I am finally done with this. I was initially targeting this to be published the week after the final exam but as it turns out, writing a course review is not that simple. But I did manage to complete all the reviews and I am pretty happy with what I managed to come up with …

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IEE 380 with Professor Linda Chattin

I thought Calculus III was the last math paper that I will need to take but as I soon realized, ASU requires me to take a couple more math papers. Enter IEE 380, probability and statistics for engineering. I had no flipping ideas as to what I am about to learn in this course nor …

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CSE 120 with Professor Martin Reisslein

First thing that I should say is that I actually didn't choose this class myself, my advisor did it for me. There are actually quite a number of different professors teaching this class each semester. But I would recommend you to take it with Professor Resisslein if you can because his class is pretty fun …

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HST 109 with Professor Jonathan Barth

This is one of the two general education subjects that I took to fulfil the requirements that ASU has set in order to graduate. I don't quite remember why or who influenced my decision to settle on this History course but I think it was because the timing was right. If you don't like History, …

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