From 2012 to 2015, Harvey Mudd ranked No. 1 in the country for return on investment, according to Payscale’s College ROI Report. Mudd graduates have a reputation for being highly paid and highly sought after by companies, but the debate on campus has recently raised
Guest Writer: Andrew Kim PO ’20 Mudd is widely known as an impressive school that compares to other engineering juggernauts such as MIT and Caltech. The teachers are incredible, the labs and other resources are plentiful, and the students are talented in fields they are
What kind of cheese do Computer Science majors like? STRING cheese! What did the shop proctor say to the E4 student who wanted to give up on their hammer? Where there’s a MILL, there’s a LATHE! Where did all of the bankers go for dinner?
Nestled in the heart of the Libra Complex, the HMC Machine Shop provides a space for 5C students to learn how to use sophisticated tooling and machines, be creative, and make loud mechanical noises. This past summer a renovation team including Machine Shop Manager Paul
On April 16 and 23, all of the sophomore engineering majors gathered early in the morning to travel to Lucerne Valley and launch the last E80 rockets. Experimental Engineering, or E80, is a required class for all engineering majors that teaches students about basic instrumentation,
Every summer Mudd students disperse across the country and even world to work at internships, visit families and explore. However, each year some Mudders also stay right here in Claremont, taking advantage of the opportunity to do interesting, impactful research with professors and students from
By Jennifer Rogers ’16 Tuition is on the rise, with a 15% increase from 2012 to 2015. Many students are justifiably interested in knowing where all this money goes. To answer this question, I examined the college’s audited financial reports for the past four