Welcome to the biggest experiment of my life - three parts problem sets, two parts exploring California, one part music, and just a pinch of hackathons. Make sure to put on your safety goggles, because things might get a little messy in here.
Blogger: Anne, Class of 2019
Portland and Pasadena--a summer at Intel Oregon and some junior-year chemistry at Caltech. An intense undertaking involving: adventures in experimental cooking and event-hosting, late nights of slightly awkward social dancing and stamina-crunching problem sets, plus music, novel-writing, art, and (I do exaggerate, but very barely) some of everything in between!
Blogger: Anita, Class of 2017
A Caltech student athlete's life outside the lecture hall.
Blogger: Suzannah, Class of 2017
Eating food, starting companies, and conquering the world.
Blogger: Phillip, Class of 2018
Join Nikita as she spends the summer exploring L.A. and interning at Crabel Capital! Will likely involve a lot of food, board games, and hopefully some road trips.
Blogger: Nikita, Class of 2017
...make lemon ricotta pancakes! This blog is about making the most of what Caltech and sunny Southern California have to offer.
Blogger: Kalyn, Class of 2017
A lady's life at Caltech, powered by sports, research, and a metric ton of coffee.
Blogger: Emily, Class of 2018
A summer and second year of chemical engineering, music and the arts, intermittent athleticism, and good old Caltech sass. Stay tuned!
Blogger: Anita, Chemical Engineering, Class of 2017
She’s back! Join Lekha through the countdown until graduation, and see for yourself the growth a student makes as an undergraduate at Caltech, from freshman to senior year.
Blogger: Lekha, Applied & Computational Mathematics, Class of 2015
Join me as I try to pick up my third language, French, in preparation for a term abroad while also trying to finish a double major! It's as easy as three, two, one...
Blogger: Yubo, Physics and Computer Science, Class of 2016
So what do Techers do on the weekends when they should be doing sets? Join me for lots of food, pictures, and L.A.!
Blogger: Jenny H., Chemistry, Class of 2017
The VIP 4-1-1 on LGBTQA so you're not MIA @ CIT. Written by a consortium of current students.
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