Category: "General Blog"

The Last Spring Break

March 23, 2015, by Travis

Hello all! It’s been awhile. I have to profess I let senioritis get to me a bit on top of other commitments, but I’m back and ready to go after spring break! In the interest of holding on to the last shreds of my spring break (and talking about all of the great things that […]

Today is the day.

March 20, 2015, by Thyra

Today is the day. At 5:15 pm PDT, we will be releasing our decisions.  Technically we have been recruiting the Harvey Mudd College Class of 2019 for years, ever since some of you checked that magical box on your PSAT’s saying that you were willing to receive mail from colleges. And today is the day we have […]

Pumping Mudd’s Artbeat

March 18, 2015, by Misa Kabashima

HMC is buzzing with excitement as we are in the midst of spring break and getting ready to release decisions for the Class of 2019! First-year Zayra Lobo took some time out of her spring break to share her experiences with the arts at HMC. Without further ado, here’s Zayra! Hello, World! I’m Zayra Lobo, […]


March 13, 2015, by Ramita Kondepudi

Even though Mudd students have incredibly busy schedules, we still have the time to relax, spend time with friends, and take a break. The Ronald and Maxine Linde Activities Center (LAC), has a gym, game room, aerobics room, weight room (with gym equipment free for all students), relacsation room (with a massage chair and library!), lounge area, […]

5C Focus: The Motley

March 13, 2015, by Emma

With all the classes, work, and events on campus, sometimes it’s easy to get off Mudd and explore the other colleges. Scripps, land of beautiful architecture and plentiful flowers, is located right across the street from our dear, warty Mudd. The campus is filled with good study spots and leisure areas, but one of the […]

It’s hammer time!

March 6, 2015, by Bailey Meyer

Welcome to the world of E4, also known as Introduction to Engineering Design and Manufacturing. For anyone who wants to major in engineering at Mudd, this is a class you have to take (that’s not a sales pitch, folks, it’s actually required). The class consists of projects that build teamwork skills and technical ability, including […]

Club Events

March 2, 2015, by Emma

Harvey Mudd has a lot of clubs. These range from official organizations like the Society for Women Engineers (SWE) to hobby gatherings like the Cheese Club. Most clubs have regular meetings for discussions, event planning, and/or consumption of cheesy foods. Every club is different, so it’s fun to go to a lot of different club […]

Summer of a CS Major: Internships or Research Opportunities?

February 27, 2015, by Maury Quijada

As a Computer Science (CS) major, one of the most thought-provoking questions I’ve had to ask myself is: what do I do during the summer? Of course, taking a break over the summer is not bad by any means, but for some reason I’ve always felt the need to be industrious during this time–especially during my college […]

Mathematical/Computational Biology

February 27, 2015, by Calvin Leung

One of the most interesting classes I am taking this semester is MCB. Molecular and Cell Biology? No, not exactly—the biology department at Mudd, in conjunction with our computer science and math departments, present a variety of interdisciplinary course offerings in Mathematical and Computational Biology in addition to the canonical classes in biology. MCBI 118, […]

A Lecture by Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann

February 20, 2015, by Bailey Meyer

“Harvey Mudd College seeks to educate engineers, scientists, and mathematicians well versed in all of these areas and in the humanities and the social sciences so that they may assume leadership in their fields with a clear understanding of the impact of their work on society.” That is the Harvey Mudd mission statement. Many of […]

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