The blog of Nathan H. Leung — on college, startups, Silicon Valley, and a bit of suburban Philadelphia.



I'm Nathan H. Leung, a software engineering intern at Google, computer-science student at the University of Michigan, and founder of location-based social messaging app Suap.

Getting a Google Internship Freshman Year

11 May 2019 · 13 min read

From application, to interview, to offer — my path to landing a full software engineering intern position at Google as a first-year student, and my slightly unconventional hiring process.

After High School Track

9 April 2019 · 12 min read

Some thoughts about college, running, and my favorite hometown haunt — and the creep of the "real world" in college and beyond.

A Definitive Proof That 1 > 0

2 March 2019 · 15 min read

One of the most interesting proofs I did in my first-year real analysis course — drawing on the ordered field axioms to prove 1 > 0.

A Guide to Applying to Michigan

9 January 2019 · 8 min read

A few things to know when applying to the University of Michigan — how to keep track of LSA, Engineering, Ross, dual degrees, AP credit, majors, and housing.