Cody Rebholz
Madison, WI
Course 2 - Mechanical Engineering
The description you are about to read is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. Cody works here... he carries a badge -- a badge of pride. Cody is an Eagle Scout, and thus is always prepared, even for Biohazard Level 4 plagues. You've probably never seen a 'Quarantine' sign on a neighbor's door. Diphtheria, scarlet fever, whooping cough -- probably none of your classmates are crippled with polio. Well, neither are Cody's. Cody's gigantic presence scares germs and protects his friends, like reverse kryptonite.
Jonathan Brent Parham
Windsor, WVA
Course 16 - Aero-Astro
A dashing blue-eyed redhead, Jonathan Brent Parham or Brent or Ronnie is a native of the Southern virginia Farming community, Windsor, where he worked on his antique Camaro and conjugated latin verbs amongst the cotton fields. As a young lad Brent earned his Eagle Scout award and turned his eyes to the sky to dream of becoming an astronaut of tomorrow. these fantastic dreams of glory brought this small town kid from the middle of nowhere to the bright shining halls of MIT. Once a Celebrity amongst the cornfields he now must cope with life in the big city where many of his peers find his small-town ways awkward and strange. Somnio de astra.
Adi Asali
Ramallah, Palestine
Course 2A - Nano/Micro Engineering
Adi adds an international flavor to the house. He's funny, laid-back, straight forward and ready to have fun, party, or help out at any time. He loves playing soccer and riding horses.
Miles Honkawa
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Course 10 - Chemical Engineering
Miles has a red hat, though it is only because his blue hat is missing. An expert in small details that have no bearing in life, he has yet to parlay his uncanny ability to recall concert dates and baseball stats into an ability to remember other people's names. His only weaknesses are chlorine and dogs, which is why he's played water polo and owned a dog almost his entire life. Peach.
Raymond Ma
Plano, TX
Course 2 - Mechanical Engineering
Course 6 - EE-CS
Ray's like a cat in scuba gear stuck in the desert. Ridiculous, confusing, but ultimately still amusing.
Long Lam
San Jose, CA
Course 2 - Mechanical Engineering
Long is long.
Mitchell Story
Cincinatti, OH
Course 15 - Management
Course 18-II
Born along the banks of the Ohio River, Mitchell grew up in the picturesque, rolling hills of Cincinnati. At an early age his parents realized his prodigal plant identification and care taking skills, deciding to forgo formal education for the great opportunities provided by farming. Mitchell has an apt pallet for sweet corn and tomatoes, and can often be found perusing the local farmers markets.
Steven Lynch
Puyallup, WA
Course 22 - Nuclear Science
Steve loves baseball. If the Mariners are playing, then he's watching. Steve can always be counted on to lend a hand, flash a smile, and find some mischief.
Bryn Waldwick
Hopkinton, NH
Course 3 - Materials Science
Course 18-II - Applied Mathematics
Bryn enjoys mundane diversions such as drawing, drinking milk, eating tater-tots, and playing tetherball. Recently, he has developed a knack for hip-hop dancing. Bryn enjoys the finer things, including vintage tee-shirts tucked into jeans and moon boots, and aspires to have skills - nunchuck, bowhunting, computer hacking among them - though he is pretty good with a bo staff and has unexplained illegal ninja moves from the government. Bryn has shot like 50 wolverines with his uncle, after those pesky varmints kept attacking his cousins. What the heck would you do in a situation like that?

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