My blockmates and I found out that we had to vacate Harvard on a Tuesday morning. Our anxiety around Coronavirus had been building in recent weeks, and we knew changes were coming, but we were not prepared by the shock
Writer’s Note: Currently, I am working as a software engineering intern at Ameelio remotely, through spring and summer 2020. Specifically, right now, I am working on writing web crawlers to build a seamless, searchable nationwide inmate database. All uncited quotes come
On April 10, Apple and Google announced their partnership to build a Bluetooth-based contact tracing platform. Set to launch in May, the API would allow public health authorities to develop apps that would use the Bluetooth functionality on Android and
An Online Learning Experiment – How Education Technology is Evolving to meet the Demands of Online Learning
Publisher's Note: This is the second article of a two part series. While Part 1 explores the disparities in education that arise in a remote environment, Part 2 takes a look at how innovation in education technology may be helping
An Online Learning Experiment – Exploring the Educational Disparities that Arise in the Online Classroom
Publisher's Note: This is the first article of a two-part series. While this article explores the inequalities that exist in the transition to remote learning, Part II explores new innovations in educational tech that might address some of these inequalities.
“Breaking News: Scientists discover inhaling steam is a cure for coronavirus.” A few weeks ago, this message appeared on my phone’s screen. It was a forwarded message on WhatsApp from a relative in India. A quick Google search revealed that