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Sabrina M. '21

MIT blogger Sabrina M. '21


Hey, I’m Sabrina. When I first got to MIT, I used to say I was from three places all at once, but it has quickly become four. I’ve spent parts of my childhood in the Bronx, New York, and in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. My teenage years were spent in Yonkers, New York, and my adulthood is defined by where I am now, and have been for four years: Cambridge, Massachusetts.

I spend a dangerous amount of time on the internet and I have a lot of online presence (all in varying degrees of secrecy), where I talk about things ranging from cooking a delicious meal, to queer media, to pop music icons, to multi-dimensional memes, to video games. This is the one you’ll get to see, though, unless you go hunting. Those parts of myself will occasionally pepper my posts here, but mostly as a bit of spice to my Academic Interests, which entirely revolves around designing things, whether in words or images or models. As I’ve returned after a two year hiatus, I’m navigating what it means to be an adult and a student at the same time.

And now, I leave you with a quote from my original blogger bio from four years ago, to show you that unfortunately some things never change: I’ve spent most of my recent years trying to really figure myself out, and I hope that while I do, you can, too.

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