I keep a blog called Infinite Ascent.
Why being a maintainer can be as important as being a founder.
Interactive fiction portraying my typical MIT Friday.
Reflections on beginning my final year in MIT, and where I’m going.
Conversations about careers.
An allegory about choices and sailing.
A four-thousand-word narrative of my third MIT Mystery Hunt.
How I learned to love web development.
A reflection on the liminality of studying at MIT, explained with light-hearted metaphors.
A writeup on the history of MIT’s current graphic identity, with an emphasis on explaining the research process.
A piece about growing up with depression.
Research into the history of MIT’s Campus Preview Weekend, a yearly event for admitted students.
An April Fool’s Day joke for the blogs.
A twelve-thousand-word narrative of my second MIT Mystery Hunt.
A comprehensive dive into old course catalogs and what they tell us about MIT’s history.
Some musings on stress in MIT and responding to it.
A post explaining some of the reasons why I chose to go to MIT.
“Rooms were open and empty. The lounges had no people; the kitchen was spotless. Moving out, of course, is just the move-in process in reverse.”
An eight-thousand-word narrative of my first MIT Mystery Hunt.
“I’m a math person. I’m gay. I’m Filipino. I’ll take all of these labels, even if they aren’t fully right.”