Getting Settled In

Hola everyone! My greetings from Spain to wherever you are. Timezones are wack man. I mean if I want to get anything done in the United States now I have to wait until at least 2pm if not closer to 4pm Spanish time, but then by the time things are actually being put into motion […]

Pre-Departure (Packing, Housing, etc.)

Introduction Hey! Welcome to mi casa, my blog, or whatever you want to call it. I figured that I might as well do a little introduction of myself (that goes a little deeper than the Q&A on my profile) for those of you that need a recap of the famous Miguel Sabol (jk not that […]

¡Hasta la próxima!

Well friends, I am excited to let you know that I have successfully finished my undergraduate studies at UNM! In a few weeks (well more like 8 or 12) I’ll be receiving my diploma in a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and I am elated. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity […]

Go for it!

Hello again! I know it’s been a long time, but this was a particularly busy semester. It’s funny because I almost felt like I was cheating: I only took 3 classes! I guess at some point I decided to be smart about my semester planning, and I only needed to take 3 classes during my […]

Albuquerque Studios (Best Field Trips Part IV)

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So I successfully completed the Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media (IFDM) program (yay!) but I took a bit of an unorthodox route to do so. Being the only CS student in my cohort, I did not get to take the same electives as most of my classmates because my list of requirements focused on Fine […]

An off-the-grid campus (Best Field Trips Part III)

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Our second field trip with the Computational Sustainability class was probably my favorite out of any of the activities I’ve done with a class. This time our class took us to the Santa Fe Community College (SFCC). The SFCC works mostly like a microgrid structure (they generate a fraction of the power they use, but […]

2017 Best field trips II

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The second and third best field trips of 2017 were both thanks to a class I took over the Fall semester. This class was CS 491 – “Art & Ecology: Computational Sustainability.” The class was completely different to what I’ve experienced at UNM and it turned out to be quite exciting. In the end, a classmate […]