Hi, I'm Maggie! I’m a junior studying Math and Economics at the University at Buffalo, and loving every minute. I started keeping this blog at the beginning of my freshman year as a resource for my family, to keep them updated on what I’m learning and doing on this college adventure. Since then, it's grown into a tradition that not only informs them but gives me the chance to reflect on my experiences.
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Happy July! This is the month in which I will come back home, and I am pumped for it to finally be here. I’m having a great time in Kansas, but I’m starting to long for two important things: being … Continue reading
For us Sustainable Bioenergy REU students (we have taken to calling ourselves the squad), today can be seen as our first real day of work for the summer, as there are no group activities, meetings, or other events scheduled to … Continue reading
Okay, so. My math class this semester is definitely my most difficult class of the semester and possibly ever, because it requires a very different type of thinking, especially compared to other math classes I’ve taken before. It has very … Continue reading
The past few weeks, I’ve been wrapped up in applying for research positions for this summer (commonly known in the college world as “Research Experiences for Undergraduates,” or REUs). The process was pretty tedious, but it was also exciting to … Continue reading
It’s interesting what types of things can make a difference in the day of a college student. I’ve been going to my math professor’s office hours about every other week, just stopping by to ask a few quick questions, get … Continue reading
I had a Math Finance exam scheduled for this morning at 9 am, so I basically spent all of last night studying for that. Rereading and rewriting notes, condensing ideas and reviewing formulas and processes, making an index-card cheat sheet … Continue reading