Nate's Blog

Essays about college, mathematics, code, and startups.



I'm Nathan H. Leung, a student at the University of Michigan majoring in computer science, exploring interests in mathematics, writing, psychology, and philosophy.

Getting a Google Internship Freshman Year

11 May 2019 · 13 min read

As a first-year computer science student, I didn't hear back from very many companies when applying for summer internships. Luckily, Google was one of them!

After High School Track

9 April 2019 · 12 min read

I haven't been able to run as much since I got to college, but I'll never forget my forays along the the Wissahickon Creek in my suburban Philadelphia hometown.

Why is 1 > 0? Using Math to Prove the Obvious

2 March 2019 · 15 min read

I never realized how much groundwork was required to prove that 1 is indeed greater than 0, but I guess that's what real analysis is for.

Applying to Michigan: Things to Know

9 January 2019 · 8 min read

Michigan is a huge university, and it can be hard to keep everything straight: LSA, Engineering, Ross, dual degrees, AP credit, majors, housing. Here are a few things to keep in mind.