More than 100 MIT community members attend Boston Women's March
Over 100 members of the MIT community attended the Women’s March in Boston on Jan. 21, the day following President Trump’s inauguration.
Student finds potentially elevated levels of arsenic in dining hall apple juice
MIT’s dining services provider Bon Appetit swiftly responded this week to a student’s finding that arsenic levels in dining hall apple juice potentially exceed regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Energy researchers seek new directions after Alcator C-mod decommissioned
After 23 years of service, Alcator C-mod, MIT’s nuclear fusion reactor, was decommissioned on Sept. 30, 2016.
Candidates announced for 2020 Class Council
The Tech contacted all four presidential candidates about their campaigns, and interviewed Nwana, Petrovic, and Mulcahy. Farhat declined to interview, citing bad experiences he’s had with newspapers in the past.
More freshmen take ASEs this fall
More than 500 students, mostly incoming freshmen, spent time during orientation to undertake the Advanced Standing Exams.
Freshmen choose to stick with New House
The future of New House — which might include demolition or renovation after May 2017 — is uncertain.