23 March 2018
Today, I unofficially stepped down from my post as Vice-Chairperson of Astronomy Club. It was a relief as it had been a stressful position and I was glad I finished my tenure and accomplished my goals of helping my club grow. However, it was also bittersweet as it meant my time in Astroclub was coming to an end. I had encountered many obstacles and made many friends through Astroclub, creating many precious memories.
In addition, I learned more about the practical applications of what I have learned in school in Astrophysics. In the past, I used to be very confused when Raj mentioned differentiation, integration, convex lenses, concave lessons etc. However, after learning about all of it in my lessons in school, I find that I understand astrophysics topics like telescopes and orbital mechanics formulas that Kang Zhe touched on much better.