Month: July 2023

engsci: an introduction

I’m Amanda and I’ll be your Part II blogger for Engineering Science this year >:) Lemme just introduce myself a bit more real quick: This post will just be a quick rundown on my personal experience for the first month-ish in engsci as someone who (basically) went into the spec knowing barely anyone or anything….Continue Reading engsci: an introduction

BME – Tiny But Mighty!

Heya friends! I’m Ashley Jubelag, your Biomedical Engineering Blogger for 2023! ♡\( ̄▽ ̄)/♡ Over the next few months, I’ll be giving my honest perspectives on BME (and why I (still) love it so much!) If you’re hardcore on BME, or even if you’re just looking – stick around, and hopefully, these blogs will help guide you…Continue Reading BME – Tiny But Mighty!

Sparks of Knowledge: Exploring the Electrifying World of Electrical Engineering!

That First Paragraph Hey there, fellow engineering enthusiasts! I’m Sasha, and I’m about to take you on an electrifying journey through the world of Electrical Engineering. Buckle up and prepare to be blown away by the shocking truths and sparks of knowledge I’ll be sharing with you in this blog. A Spark of Curiosity From…Continue Reading Sparks of Knowledge: Exploring the Electrifying World of Electrical Engineering!


Hey! I’m James, and I’m your blogger for mechatronics this year. Over the next few months, I’ll give you a general understanding of second-year mechatronics. Whether you’re leaning towards mechatronics or hoping to gain some insights in the second semester, these blogs can help all of you! Now a little bit about me, my entry…Continue Reading Mechatronics??

Introductions and Reflections

Contents About Me Hey there! I’m Victor, a Software and Math conjoint student, and I’ll be your Software Part II Blogger for 2023!  Throughout the next couple of months, I’ll do my best to provide a holistic overview of Software Engineering. I’ll try to touch on topics that haven’t been extensively explored by prior bloggers,…Continue Reading Introductions and Reflections