To all of you wonderful prospies, parents, and plenty more, welcome! My name is Brian, I’m a STEM-studying outdoor enthusiast from a small town in CT who plans to double major in Engineering Physics and Economics. Outside of class, I'm a club hockey player, avid hiker, aspiring rock climber, and occasional voice in on-campus politics. I’m a strong advocate for cold and snowy weather, so if you ever need some convincing, don't be afraid to look my way!
The section I chose for Writing 5, the freshman writing seminar. It's helped me find a new interest in journalism, and I've traveled all around the Northeast to conduct interviews and write awesome articles.
The premise of ENGS 21 is to jump right into the field of engineering by designing a product meant to improve quality of life for a target population. Many people have even gotten patents and started businesses from their groups in this class – it's an incredible opportunity and an amazing learning experience.
I always try to stay in contact with my friends back home, it’s a great way to avoid homesickness and remember your roots. But lately, I’ve been receiving tons of texts inquiring about just how difficult an Ivy League education must be. I feel like many of my old companions look at it like I must never have any free time, none to just let loose and have fun.