I'm a Sophomore majoring in computer science. My life is a series of high speed car chases, death-defying stunts, and cameo appearances by all of your favorite celebrities. I'm an avid music fan, and I enjoy reading when I get the chance.
I am a Junior in the Computer Science department. I spend a lot of my time trying to figure out what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. (You know societal pressures to decide as a teenager and all.) I somehow slipped into programming courses and stuck there. I guess the challenging courses kept my attention. When I am not doing homework, I play video games and read. Though my time is usually used doing homework. Yay!
I’m a Bloomington native studying Computer Science and Cognitive Science here at IU. Currently in what I call my junior year, I transferred to IU after a brief tenure at Tufts University studying mechanical engineering. My interests revolve around artificial intelligence, computer vision, and robotics! On the flip side, though, if the whole computer science thing doesn’t work out, I love to cook and bake, so I’ll just open up a bakery and sell (more like eat) delicious pastries.
The IU Computer Science Club is a student-run organization affiliated with the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing. We are dedicated to bringing together SoIC students and computer science enthusiasts for the fun, hands-on parts of CS: tutorials, research, advising, networking, hackathons, competitions, games, and other events. All this is done in the spirit of inclusivity, bringing together students at all levels. The club represents the Computer Science community at IU and promotes an academic agenda that aligns with the needs and values of the students.