There’s only one time in your life that you can say you woke up at the crack of dawn to get briefed on rules, be toured around a historical site by the sweetest tour guides who are the closest real life versions of Dumbledore that you could probably imagine, wait in line to take shots of maple syrup, take a massive photo, get thousands of years of history in a video with the most enthusiastic and proud female voice we’ve heard in years, enjoy a three course meal with some feisty cheers, and finally enjoy ladies night at a tapas bar?? Well, we’re happy to say we’ve accomplished it all here on Day 2 at MMICC.
Our morning was graced with our faculty advisor and vice dean to remind you all to… use post-it flip charts. just kidding! But in all seriousness, MMICC prizes itself on being a level playing field and we hope the teams like that! The sixty of us then packed into several uber XL’s who’s wait time went from 10 minutes to 9 minutes to 18 minutes to just cancelling it because ain’t nobody got time for that. But after some of us have sufficiently funded uber for the next month ( sorry taxis), we toured city hall to learn about Montreal’s political history and complemented with Montreal’s SWEET history. Literally sweet. So much maple. Sugar rush. Yum. Then we all congregated together like the cult we are to partake in extreme cult like activities – the infamous t-shirt exchange. Word on the street is the Amsterdam team brought some heavy duty sweaters. Round one of the 16th annual hunger games to them. After a well deserved nap sponsored by Panniza’s pizza we tamed our tribes to slay at the PàC museum where we learned, we networked, we cheered, we ate, and we determined the order for the battle of all battles – the 32 hour case. Last but not least, as we, your loyal ambassadors write this blog outside the tapas bar Santos, we are ready to go in and break it down on the dance floor with all the lovely MMICCers, and can’t wait for what else is in store.

Your bloggers truly,
Myles and Aarushi – The Ambies.