Now I was literally and figuratively working on the other side of campus and tried my best to engage in the hard core technical culture of Computer Science–staying up late with classmates working on programming, problem sets, and algorithms. In addition to presenting at conferences, joining clubs, and landing lucrative internships. Unfortunately, yet again, I felt something was missing.

I needed some visual and cultural aestheticism which was difficult to find in Computer Science at the time. I went back to Visual Arts with an emphasis on Graphic Design…but, I kept my Computer Science as a major, thereby having a double major.

Whoa! C.P. Snow’s insightful work was starting to be validated.