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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New York City

The Big Apple I am still not too sure why it's called the big apple but I presume that it has something to do with the size because Manhattan clearly doesn't look like an apple. But anyways, last week I had a glimpse of life in NYC and it felt different and familiar at the …

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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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It’s been three years

Three years ago today, I decided to jump the gun and finally try out WordPress. Up to that point of my life, all I knew was blogger. I still remember when I first tried out blogger around the year 2008 (same year that I opened my Facebook account), opening a blog was all the rage …

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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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PHI 101 with Professor Douglas Portmore

Just like the history class that I also took this semester, I completely had no clue as to why I landed on this Philosophy class. My final decision was probably also due to the timing. All I can remember is that Professor Portmore's ratemyprofessor page said something about tests being easy and I was basically …

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