Posts by Julia Wang

Flying theatre brunches

April 11, 2018

April is probably the most hectic month of spring semester. Classes are coming to an end which means final projects and the second round of midterms are in full swing. Homework for every class seems be much more challenging and thus take much longer than it did a couple weeks ago. Registration period is nearing […]

What’s there to do around Mudd? Spring Break Edition!

March 30, 2018

This year, for spring break, I decided to stay in the area for part of the week and explore the LA area a little more; Mudd is so close to a city that attracts so many tourists from around the world, so I imagined there would be enough to keep me busy for a couple […]

14 Reasons I Love Mudd

February 23, 2018

Before February ends, I wanted to write a post with the spirit of Valentine’s day. Here are 14 reasons I love Mudd (for a blog post that was intended to go up on Feb 14, but alas Mudd life got in the way) 1) The community. For Valentine’s Day, our school hangs up paper hearts […]

Disneyland with Wellness!

February 2, 2018

Although Claremont is less than an hour away from LA, I think Mudders tend to forget how many cool places there are in the world outside the 5Cs. For example, we’re only a 40 minute drive from the happiest place on earth but I actually haven’t been there at all for the 1.5 years I’ve been here […]

The end of an era: finishing up Core: finals week 2017

December 18, 2017

Finals week is always a hussle: people are wrapping up classes, getting ready for the holidays, starting to pack to go home, and trying to make the most of the limited time they have left with their friends on campus. And among all that, we’re still trying to fit in time to study, and occasionally […]

Mudd Hacks: The Maddness Continues

November 22, 2017

This year marks the fourth year of MuddHacks, Mudd’s annual hardware hackathon. MuddHacks differs the majority of other Hackathons in that it is focused on hardware rather than software so teams are judged on the final physical product they create. Students solder in the dark of night. Every year teams of 3-5 students work together […]

Sushi with Prof Boerkel

November 11, 2017

One of my favorite things of Harvey Mudd’s community is how easily it is to get to know people on campus. In particular, I love how accessible all of our professors are and how excited they are to get know know students beyond the classroom setting. Last week, the HMC chapter of Women in the […]

Wheels on Campus

October 12, 2017

Everyone knows that college students can be lazy. In fact, one of the reasons the “Mudd Bubble” exists is because Mudders have a tendency to only travel as far as they need to in order to get all their basic life necessities. Because almost all Mudders live on campus, eat at Mudd’s dining hall (the […]