For a true friend and belief in the good-nature of man, look no further than Megan Yen, a 2nd year civil engineer. Megan becomes homesick like the rest of us. In MisSWEing Home, she explains how she copes with FaceTime, friends and future plans with the family.
Compassionate, adventurous, and artistic – this is just a glimpse into first year Chemical Engineer, Sayantani Adhikary, a resident of both Plano, Texas and Tampa, Florida. She helps her friends and family whenever necessary. She enjoys exploring, the outdoors and her limits, choosing one of the toughest majors (Chemical Engineering) and going in with hope and determination. On top of all this, in her free time, she mixes different kinds of art mediums such as watercolor, pastel, and more to create vibrant pieces. Like all of us, she has stepped onto UT campus, ready to take what is thrown at her with a smile on her face.
Honesty, Confidence and Spreading Happiness — These values are required to be successful in today’s world.”
Samyuakta Singh, a first year Biomedical Engineer, plans to save the world. Her choice of major originates from her love of biology and believing success derives from a positive impact on the world. In Sight SWEeeing, Samyuakta describes her journey through the US, Europe and Asia while delving into why she travels.