Meet the Prefrosh
April showers bring the admitted Class of 2021 to MIT.
UA delays spring elections after commission chair resigns
The decision to change the election timeline was reached by UA councillors over email, an unusual step taken after the UA’s March meeting was cancelled.
MIT's Volpe site development to bring together Kendall Square community
Affordable housing, sustainability, business, and scientific research are among the top priorities for MIT’s Volpe Center redevelopment project. The project will include significant renovations to the Kendall Square MBTA station and the construction of 300 additional housing units, some of which will make up a new MIT graduate residence hall, replacing Eastgate.
Winners of Hult Prize qualifiers present prototype of ‘evaporative toilets’ for refugee camps
Update: The article was updated Dec. 8 to correct the name of the winning team, change:WATER Labs.
Career Fair Directors enact measures to boost employer diversity
Career Hack sessions, student lounges, and a feedback system are all new features of this year’s Career Fair, taking place today in the Johnson Athletic Center and Rockwell Cage.
HUBweek returns to Boston
HUBweek, an initiative founded by Harvard, MIT, the Massachusetts General Hospital and The Boston Globe is taking over Boston for the second year in a row.