The Organization for the Mind and Brain Sciences was founded in the fall of 2008 with the goal of uniting undergraduate students who are interested in the things that make us tick. We are interested in everything from our brains to our neurons and from our decisions to our personalities. Because of the recent emergence of this field, it is often hard for undergraduates to engage with the brilliant professors who are shaping the field of neuroscience. We see that as an opportunity: together with our advisors Paul Lipton and William Eldred, we host student discussions and presentations by professors from around Boston. Not only do these gatherings teach us about the work being done in neuroscience today, they give us the unique opportunity to get to know some remarkable individuals. The group is equally as dedicated to the publication of The Nerve, BU's undergraduate neuroscience journal of essays, articles, and review papers on the mind and brain. We welcome all fields related to the mind and brain, including psychology, biology, anthropology, philosophy, computer science, etc.