My take on computer science --
algorithms, networking, information theory --
and related items.
Not mentioned in the Crimson article: how SEAS relates to other parts of Harvard. If I weren't sympathetic to engineering and technology, and I were in a non-engineering discipline, I might view the 68% (engineering) vs. 11% (overall) rise in applicants as a threat to the health of my particular area or the overall character and balance at Harvard. I guess I always think of the little guy or the other person. SEAS should work well with other disciplines. Maybe you are already doing this.
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