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Chin-Erdene Gantulga

Chin-Erdene is an international student at Seattle Central College and a member of the Editorial Board of Seattle Collegian. He is currently pursuing a degree in computer science and linguistics and aspiring to become a linguistics engineer in the future. As he is from Mongolia, he only started to learn English in the latter part of his high school years, from which he developed a deep passion for linguistics and language structures. He wants to use the applications of computer science and mathematics to analyze written and spoken languages from computational perspectives. In his free time, he loves reading science fiction books, baking sourdough bread, and watching action/sci-fi movies. He is a big fan of Goerge R.R Martin and J.R.R Tolkein.

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How reading helps you and your brain

So, what are the benefits of reading more? Why read a book when you can just watch the video summary of it? It is true that you can save some time by doing so, and there is nothing wrong with that. Nevertheless, let's face it, reading is to the mind what exercising is to the body, and you cannot train your body just by watching videos on YouTube. 

Opening doors for science: The MESA program at Seattle Central College

Located in BE3221, at the main Edison building, The MESA program is not only a place for science but a space for people who are looking for a community. Shawn Armour, Director of the MESA program at Seattle Central said that “the most important aspect of MESA is that we provide a community, a village of fun individuals around whom you can have fun while learning.”

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