My period at St. Stephen’s was one of the fondest times of my life; it was extremely enriching and stimulating; I never felt like I was putting my brain at rest; I was always thinking and trying to understand things. It’s an environment in which I thrived easily both in terms of the people that I met as well as the teachers I had.
I had wonderful friends, people I am still in contact with, and I even work with some of them. The relationships kept going; that’s how you know that they were worth something from the beginning. St. Stephen’s was also scientifically speaking, very stimulating; I still remember some of my physics, chemistry, and calculus lectures as if they were yesterday; it almost felt more like philosophy than actual science because [the teachers] taught you how to think of and see the world; [they gave us] a tool rather than a specific equation, it went beyond that.