Facebook Intern Summerfest!

I had so much fun today at the Facebook Intern Summerfest! Like a regular job fair, I got to talk to a lot of recruiters about potential work in the future. But unlike a regular job fair, I got to play games, hangout, and have casual conversations with people who actually work at Facebook. IContinue reading “Facebook Intern Summerfest!”

AP Statistics Visuals used in class

Back in high school, I created some visuals to help me learn AP Statistics. I am proud to say that the AP Statistics instructor has now included them in his curriculum. I especially like this bottom one because it is a fun memorable way to remember lurking variables. While at first glance it may seemContinue reading “AP Statistics Visuals used in class”

Making Girls Who Create Public

A couple summers ago, I made the Girls Who Create summer camp. I started from scratch and created a curriculum, schedule, slides, teaching material, demonstrations, and coded examples. It was one of the most amazing and most rewarding experiences of my entire life. I hoped to do it again and continue the camp, but afterContinue reading “Making Girls Who Create Public”

Meeting one of my idols!

I just met one of my artistic idols! I’ve been following Katherine Tsai aka http://chuwenjie.tumblr.com/ for a more than a couple years now and I have always admired her art. Especially the way she does gorgeous lighting effects and the way she uses color. I recently found out that she also goes to CMU! AndContinue reading “Meeting one of my idols!”

Comic published in school newspaper!

I got one of my comics published in Carnegie Mellon’s school newspaper–The Tartan! I’m super excited and hopefully, there’s more to come 🙂 Though it’s also fun posting it online and getting anonymous feedback from thousands of people, having a real, physical print copy of my work is a whole nother feeling. It feels goodContinue reading “Comic published in school newspaper!”

First month in Pittsburgh!

Wow, I can’t believe it’s been over a month since I came to Carnegie Mellon University. It’s been a pretty wild ride–I barely know where to start! Coming all the way across the country to Pittsburgh means I’ve got a whole lot of new places to explore! Here’s map of some of the places I’veContinue reading “First month in Pittsburgh!”

Kickstarter Funded!!!

I’m super proud to say that my Kickstart Project has been funded!!!!!! A few months ago I decided to use my 3D printing skills to create a personalized 3D printed photo tag. At my graduation party, I made a personalized tag for each of my guests as a return gift. It was a big hit!Continue reading “Kickstarter Funded!!!”

Trip to Google Pittsburgh!

Just came back from a trip to Google Pittsburgh! For the past few years, Carnegie Mellon has taken the incoming class for the School of Computer Science to a trip to Google Pittsburgh. Pretty fitting, considering the Dean of the School of Computer Science, Andrew Moore, was also behind creating the Google engineering office inContinue reading “Trip to Google Pittsburgh!”