Walking into the control lab located on the third floor, as the round moon shined brightly. I shifted my gaze to the inside of the control lab. It was horror, utterly opposite to what the moon resembled. It was chaotic.
In a blink of an eye, we have reached the end of the second month of 2018! Time sure does fly fast, especially when your schedule is packed with activities. Speaking of activities, IMechE-USMC recently held their first IMechE Engineering
I was first introduced to IET USMC On Campus when attending a plant tour organised by them. It impressed me how a small group of students were running a miscellany of activities at our campus: from the Paper Plane Competition
January…… the month filled with exams, assignments and inherently, STRESSSSSS (definitely not something we want to start off the year). In light of that, IET USMC On Campus, in collaboration with IMechE USMC, organized The Great Egg Challenge in hopes to
Us engineering students are often criticized for being uncreative, likely due to engineeríng’s association with mathematics and physics, both technical and theory-based subjects – but what would engineering be without invention and innovation? What is often easily forgotten and overlooked
Farewell 2017 and welcome 2018! The year 2017 has been full of adventure! It may not all be sunshine and rainbows but the memories obtained throughout the year were well worth remembering. So what am I to expect for the
A lot has happened during the first few months of the semester. And by that, I don’t mean studying, sleeping, and eating (which was all I did during the whole summer). Many new clubs were formed, which most I have
As I was approaching the end of the academic year for my foundation studies, I was faced with a dilemma – whether I should stay in the Malaysia campus or transfer to the UK campus for my first year. Both