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rjmac - who has written 24 posts on In Our Words….

I'm an Actuarial Math & Management Engineering Major from Kingston, Jamaica. Class 2012 On campus I play Women's Rugby, am a Brother in Alpha Phi Omega a community service fraternity, and am apart of the National Society of Black Engineers.

WWPI: Worcester Officially Thawed Out

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

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Hello my faithful readers this is your loyal reporting coming to you live once again from the fabulously warm and sunny campus of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.  With my last report I left being bogged down in the snow, but hurray hurray its all gone today. At this time is been sunny-side up for the better […]

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WWPI aka Weather from WPI

Thursday, March 1, 2012

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Good day! This is your loyal reporter Ruth McNab coming to you LIVE from the campus of Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a progress report on the Winter Wonderland that is normally Worcester, Massachusetts. Let me start off by saying that this has been the BEST winter I have experienced in my four years as a […]

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On the Grind in NYC….

Friday, December 30, 2011

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My MQP project experience was the most real life job experience I had particularly so because it so wholly encompassed everything that I want to do after graduation. It was like seeing myself 6 months from now. It start out as a project but very quickly got real, soon I was on the grind. Even […]

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MIA…Not Quite…Just ‘Occupying’ Bank Of America

Monday, December 19, 2011

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So I have been missing in action for awhile but no I did join the ‘occupy’ movement as my title would suggest. However I was indeed occupying Bank of America, more specifically, I was occupying a seat in the Global Technology Products Divison of BoFA. Now you you might be thoroughly confused so let me […]

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Freshman Move-In…..

Thursday, August 25, 2011

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So this past Sunday WPI welcomed its largest incoming freshman class EVER. the freshman class is is about 1000+ with students coming from all over the country, all over the world. Just as an FYI our international student population has also increased to the largest on record with I think approximately 170 students. Of course […]

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WPI the Final Frontier……

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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These are the adventures of the of the WPI Frontiers Enterprise. It’s a 2 week mission: to explore strange new programs, to seek out answers and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man (or woman) has gone before…. Actually frontiers is a summer camp held at WPI every year specifically for rising juniors and […]

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Working hard….or Hardly Working

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

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Hello world!!! So its now week 4 in Puerto Rico and I believe it’s high time you guys had an update from moi! So IQP has been by far one of the most exciting experiences of my WPI career. My project is basically to come up with a recommendation for communicating coastal hazards in Puerto […]

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Viva la Puerto Rico

Thursday, March 17, 2011

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¡Buenos días! loyal readers.Today marks day 5 on my epic Interactive Project adventure and I get to spend the next seven weeks in on this beautiful tropical island. Now you might be thinking Puerto Rico is an odd place to have an exchange program. Well while WPI does have foreign exchange programs my main purpose […]

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WPI!!! Where Amazing Happens…

Saturday, December 11, 2010

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One man can be a crucial ingredient on a team, but one man cannot make a team. – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Thursday nights WPI Men’s Basketball game against Rhode Island College had to have been the MOST EPIC basketball game I have seen coming to WPI. It started out not so good for our Tech Engineers, […]

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WPI’s Got Talent

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

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At WPI were not just all ex-mathletes and robokids. We’re that and so much more !  This past Saturday we hosted a Talent show on campus open to anyone felt they had a talent to showcase. The winner would have the opportunity to compete in Consortiums Got Talent which has a grand prize of $1000 plus the […]

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