Skating at Cornell

I took figure skating lessons in elementary school. I remember being okay at it but loving every single second, and wanting to learn everything. By the time my mom convinced me to quit, I had my crossovers and outside 3-turns. When I got to Cornell, friends recommended various classes to me, and I was eager […]

Cornell BEARS

For exactly one year, I worked with a campus mentorship program, Cornell BEARS, as webmaster. It was a valuable experience – I used a modified version of the Gale-Shapely matching algorithm to match up mentees and mentors, and I was also rewarded with successful stories of mentor-mentee pairs. I also made some improvements to the […]

Sophomore Year End Game

Welp, here we are, with classes wrapping up this week, Slope Day on Thursday, my final painting due tomorrow at 8am, Final presentations for Game Design and Web Design today and tomorrow, and Game Design Showcase around the corner. One thing that has stood out this semester is the student demonstrations, first for the Gannett […]

Mid Semester Evaluation

As a quick recap, here are the classes I’m taking this semester: CS 3410 (computer system organization and programming) CS 2043 (unix tools and scripting) INFO 3152 (intro to game design) CS 2300 (intermediate web programming) ART 2201 (intro to painting) I’ve liked this semester the best so far in terms of enjoying what I’m […]

Cornell Plans

When I came in as a freshman to Cornell I had a these goals in mind: get a Computer Science degree. get a Game Design Minor. get a Fine Arts Minor. get a Computing in the Arts or Information Science Minor. do the Graphics Vector. do the Software Engineering Vector. Not only was this extremely […]

Anticipation for Spring 2015

Hello, friends. I’m smack dab (is that the correct expression) in the middle of winter break, which is luckily an entire month for me. This is approximately the midway point, and a quick reflection of what’s coming up seems to be in place. Next semester I’ll be in the following courses (typical for a sophomore […]

The Last Exam of the Semester (ft. OCaml)

My last exam was yesterday from 9 – 11:30. It was for CS 3110, the traditional “weeder” CS course at Cornell. Rumor has it that it’s less difficult compared to previous years, which makes sense as more students are taking it, which would increase the overall range of scores and could very likely lower means. The […]