Category Archives: Maria Clarice Chua

The Mathematics of Writing

By Maria Clarice Chua I always get a strange look whenever I tell someone that I am an Actuarial Science major who hopes to write her own novel one day. It appears to be a common perception that math and … Continue reading

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Writing Tutor Profile – Maria Clarice Chua

Interview by Elena Andreadis Meet Maria, a third semester tutor here at the Writing Center. She is from Edison, New Jersey and came to Bentley in hopes of pursuing an Actuarial Science degree. I asked Maria some questions about herself … Continue reading

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The Lost Reader

If you asked me for the title of a book that I’ve read sometime over the last year, my answer would be, sadly, my microeconomics textbook. If you stretch that year to two years or even four, my answer would … Continue reading

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The Writing Illness

Last year, I interviewed a Bentley junior and asked her what it was about a business school that made her so interested in attending one. She, of course, mentioned the great after-graduation career opportunities, but—more importantly—she also stated: “Plus, I … Continue reading

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