Bryan O. '07
- Courses 2 & 20
I almost set my room on fire once when I tried to power a robot from an
electrical socket. 10 years later, they admitted me to MIT. Bryan's my
name and science is my game. I'm currently a senior at MIT majoring in
Course 2 and minoring in BME; that's MIT-speak for Mechanical Engineering
(2) and Biomedical Engineering (BME). Originally from Massachusetts and now
most recently from Texas, I've done my tour of different climates.
I've recently taken akin to sour things like grapefruits and lemons, but I'm
sure that will end soon. Last year, I was all about the ice cream, and I
still am. The things that really get me excited in life include (but are not
limited to): science, indie rock bands, photo safaris with my camera, last
minute travel plans, meeting new people, and learning to bhangra dance.
At MIT, I can be found either asleep at ZBT, one of MIT's twenty-something
fraternities, working on my thesis in the Biotechnology Process Engineering
Center, running along the Charles River, taking advantage of free printing
in the Athena cluster, or just wandering the hallways looking for something
to do. I think one of MIT's best attributes is its devotion to
discovering the unknown, so if you have a question, ask it. If you have a
hunch, go for it. My life is like a roller coaster; the only difference now
is that I can design them too.