ESP Biography



RUJUL GANDHI, ESP Teacher




Major: Not available.

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: 2022

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Past Classes

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L14177: Invent a language! in Splash 2020 (Nov. 14 - 15, 2020)
Are you fascinated by languages? Do you ever wonder what went into making the languages in Star Trek, or the Lord of the Rings? Come learn how languages work and the cool stuff they do with sounds, words, structure, and much more - and build your own language along the way!


H14356: The Art of Riddling in Splash 2020 (Nov. 14 - 15, 2020)
You're in the palace of an Ancient and Powerful King, and the Master of Knowledge has just asked you an artful riddle to test your worth. You're smart: you deliver an impeccable answer in seconds. Of course, it is but courteous to return the exchange by posing a riddle of your own... oh. You don't know any. Now what? It has to be challenging, but solvable. It has to be majestically poetic, but not cringy. Its lines should resound in the halls and minds of the palace and thrust an irresistibly fascinating mystery upon them. Come learn the Art of Riddling.


L14379: Words! Etymology for the Uninitiated in Splash 2020 (Nov. 14 - 15, 2020)
What do twitter trolls have to do with fish? Is a ladybug a cow? Can I have a piece of that PIE? Come travel the world of borrowed words, coined concepts, voyaging vocabulary, and more! Learn about why etymology, history, and linguistics are Fun.


Z13847: How to make a language in Spark 2020 (Mar. 14 - 15, 2020)
Are you fascinated by languages? Do you want to deconstruct the concept of a language, and see how it's built? Come learn how languages work and the cool stuff they do with sounds, words, structure, and much more- while gaining the tools to construct your own language. We'll provide: something to write on, something to write with Bring: something to think with!


X13916: How to Run a Spark! in Spark 2020 (Mar. 14 - 15, 2020)
Ever thought about what happens behind-the-scenes when you sign up for Spark classes? Or how all of our teachers and classes fit into MIT's classrooms? Spark takes months to plan, and for good reason. Come learn how we make Spark happen every year!


X13929: The Art of Riddling in Spark 2020 (Mar. 14 - 15, 2020)
You're in the palace of an Ancient and Powerful King, and the Master of Knowledge has just asked you an artful riddle to test your worth. You're smart: you deliver an impeccable answer in seconds. Of course, it is but courteous to return the exchange by posing a riddle of your own... oh. You don't know any. Now what? It has to be challenging, but solvable. It has to be majestically poetic, but not cringy. Its lines should resound in the halls and minds of the palace and thrust an irresistibly fascinating mystery upon them. Come learn the Art of Riddling.


Z13932: Language Interactions in Spark 2020 (Mar. 14 - 15, 2020)
How do languages evolve? How do we know whether languages are related? What differentiates a language from a dialect? This is a class where we discuss these questions, learn about language study and classification, and see how history, language, and culture work together with each other.


X13962: How to teach a Hogwarts class in Spark 2020 (Mar. 14 - 15, 2020)
Have you always dreamed of being a professor at Hogwarts? Want to teach people about Transfiguration or Arithmancy? Then this is the class for you!


Z13446: How to make a language in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23 - 24, 2019)
Are you fascinated by languages? Do you want to deconstruct the concept of a language, and see how it's built? Come learn how languages work and the cool stuff they do with sounds, words, structure, and much more- while gaining the tools to construct your own language. We'll provide: something to write on, something to write with Bring: something to think with!


H13684: The Art of Riddling in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23 - 24, 2019)
You're in the palace of an Ancient and Powerful King, and the Master of Knowledge has just asked you an artful riddle to test your worth. You're smart: you deliver an impeccable answer in seconds. Of course, it is but courteous to return the exchange by posing a riddle of your own... oh. You don't know any. Now what? It has to be challenging, but solvable. It has to be majestically poetic, but not cringy. Its lines should resound in the halls and minds of the palace and thrust an irresistibly fascinating mystery upon them. Come learn the Art of Riddling.


S12848: Make Your Own Language in HSSP Spring 2019 (Feb. 23, 2019)
Are you fascinated by languages? Do you want to make one? Come construct a completely new language, while also understanding how languages work and the cool stuff they do with sounds, words, structure, and other things. We'll provide: something to write on, something to write with Bring: something to think with and preferably some friends


Z12657: Make Your Own Language in Splash 2018 (Nov. 17 - 18, 2018)
Are you fascinated by languages? Do you want to make one? Come construct a completely new language, while also understanding how languages work and the cool stuff they do with sounds, words, structure, and other things. We'll provide: something to write on, something to write with Bring: something to think with and preferably some friends Of the 2-hour session, we'll be spending the latter hour actually constructing the language, which is an optional section.