October 28, 2007

Staying on Track

This post probably doesn't need to exist, but I wanted to get some feedback from you guys really quick.

When I started my blog I used most of my entries to tell stories about stuff that's happened to me in the past and to talk about cool new fads/crazes/youtube videos I find on the internet. Lately I can't help but feel that I've been pulling away from that and mostly talking about MIT. Granted, I kind of live here, but are you ok with me blogging about it so much? I'd be more than happy to blog about more stories that aren't MIT related if I'm burning you out. Let me know what you think by either leaving a comment (I read them all, I promise), voting in the poll in the right margin, or both. Thanks, and happy reading!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

i think your blog has started functioning as a look at life at MIT through your experiences, and it is pretty cool for a prospective student like me.

Star said...

I love reading about your experiences at MIT! I think you have a lot of prefrosh reading this blog right now, so we love hearing what your experiences are like there. Plus, when you started this blog you used to talk about high school, it’s only natural that now you’ll talk about your current school. But ultimately it’s your blog I guess, so it’s up to you. (MIT! MIT! MIT!)

Harrison said...

Are you kidding? We've got fantastic stories from all the crazy stuff we do here, and you put it all in a convenient place to reminisce about later. Plus it's a great forum for complaining when you're wrong about something.

Anonymous said...

My favorite parts of your blog are the glimpses of your academic life as a freshman at MIT: the interesting or confusing bits of lectures, exams, etc., and how the grading system works, because that's what I'm most curious about right now.

harrison said...

Hehehe... "grading system" and "works" don't belong in the same sentence. It's all arbitrary because each professor determines what they think is an appropriate grading scale depending on how hard the class is, and even then the actual grade sometimes won't reflect how you did because tests and assignments are more difficult/vague than necessary here. Plus some professors admit that their tests/psets are not uniformly graded and that some kids get screwed over and they don't care. So grades are kinda meaningless here. Plus, no class rank!

Anonymous said...

MIT! MIT! MIT!

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