Follow along a day in our
Follow along a day in our lives as mechanical engineering students at Berkeley Engineering.
First time here? Welcome!
We’re identical twins and seniors at UC Berkeley double majoring in mechanical engineering and business. Together, we’ve interned at Apple, Tesla, and Microsoft.
Our mission is to inform and inspire students to pursue careers in tech, and empower them to use it to help solve society’s biggest problems.
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You two are the reason I have imposter syndrome ?. Just kidding, you guys are amazing!
Awesome vids!! About to check some of your other uploads. Btw, I think you should take a look at smzeus! It will help you promote your videos.
Great video. I wanted to see more of your project though
What's the hardest major
What's the hardest major at Stanford? What are CS majors really like? The Grind's Maximiliana Bogan interviews Stanford students from different majors to find out what some common stereotypes are.
was enjoying it until "why do we need to talk to other countries..we already got everything america is the best etc"...like wow is that guy serious? talk about narrow mindedness
I think the problem with the video is the background music is too loud so most people can't hear what they are saying in the video otherwise the video content is awesome.
The audio quality could be a little better, but good content.
I don't know why these kids going to school they're all lazy and slow.
i can't hear shit
Double Major, Hannah
Double Major, Hannah DeBrine, talks about how studying both Math and Philosophy helps broaden her perspective.
People like you are the future.
Keep this up. America needs this so bad it hurts. Namaste.
I'm still a high school student (secondary where I live) yet I want to study to Philosophy and Mathematics, then get a PhD.
Your whole point is "i'm interested in other truth than math". But the title said what philosophy can add mathematic... So your anwser is nothing...