Spooky Nights, Midterm Frights
Happy Spooktober everyone!
We hope the school year has been treating you well so far. Midterm season is coming up soon, so we wish you all best of luck on your exams. Despite the upcoming tests, we also hope that you are all taking care of yourselves with necessary breaks! Appropriate rest and relaxation is the key to good results. And now for the newsletter:
Officer of the Month:
Hey what’s good, my name is Thenu and I’m a freshman at SJSU. I’m currently studying Computer Engineering and after that, I’ll obtain an MBA so I can boss around engineer slaves. In high school, I was involved in many clubs and activities including debate, robotics, and managing a coding education nonprofit I cofounded. My work in these clubs reaffirmed my passions and helped me decide my career. I love watching The Office, Criminal Minds, Wes Anderson movies, and psychological thrillers 🙂 My favorite thing to do now is to spend time with my puppy, Balto (named after my favorite childhood movie character). If I had all the time and money in the world, I’d travel the planet and experience as much as possible with the people I love. In college I’m really excited to continue expanding my horizon and making meaningful relationships.
October Movie Nights
One movie per week throughout the month of October! Each movie starts at 7pm!
• Coco –> Friday, October 12th
• Paranormal Activity –> Thursday, October 18th
• Halloween (Original) –> Thursday, October 25th
**All movie showings will be SCE Room (ENGR 294)**
**Snacks and refreshments will be provided**
Intro Web Dev Workshop (Part 3)
Friday, October 12th, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Job & Internship Search
Wednesday, October 17th, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Administration Building, Room 255
More Info: https://sjsu.joinhandshake.com/events/179642
Networking & Informational Interviews
Thursday, October 18th 2018, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
More Info: https://sjsu.joinhandshake.com/events/179673
Interview Question of the Month:
Question: Write a program to check if a given string is palindrome or not.
Note: A palindrome is a string whose reverse is equal to the original. For instance…
“a man a plan a canal panama”
(exclude white spaces)