Okay, story time with a few memories: 1. One of the things about SEAS that distinguishes it from more traditional engineering schools is the emphasis on the liberal arts in addition to hard science classes. Because of this, I had the opportunity to take Ken Jackson's "History of the City of New York" course. Best memory was the All-Night Bike Ride across Manhattan and into Brooklyn. This was before Broadway through Times Square was closed to car traffic—cycling through Midtown at midnight with hundreds of other students was exhilarating. 2. My sophomore year, a bunch of us explored the tunnel network under the Morningside Heights campus and found a huge cavern under Pupin or the gym, I think. It looked like it used to be part of the campus boiler system, and the old coal car tracks were still in the floor. 3. Staying up until 6am in the hallway of McBain, I think, finishing a homework assignment for the Java programming course. Painful, but fun to be up with half the class working on it together, troubleshooting each other's code. 4. Being a part of the SEAS 2008 Student Council and the first class to have inflatable hammers at Commencement!