Big Questions Ep. 22: Caltech

The California Institute of Technology, or Caltech, is one of the best science and engineering schools in the world. With a small undergraduate population of under 1,000, and only 1,300 graduate students, Caltech boasts a small community of some of the greatest scientific minds on the planet, taught by world-class faculty in top-notch facilities. Crimson went to Caltech to ask some big questions to some of the smartest STEM students around: What's the best thing about Caltech? What's the worst thing about Caltech? What do Caltech students do on weekends? What did they write about in their college application essays to get into a top STEM school with an 8% acceptance rate? Watch to find out! 

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