I'm an electrical engineering major. I love going to Radio Shack, or ordering from Jameco, and building various, small electronics to impress others and for general curiosity.
My favorite subject I'd have to say, though, is physics. Could go on for hours about it. I may get my masters in physics after being an electrical engineer for a while.
I also love classical music. I wasted a lot of time in the music department, but I loved the community and playing classical guitar at recitals. It may end up taking 5 or 6 years to get my bachelors but that's ok.
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