When the sand became too much of an obstacle to plow through, we took to digging into the earth as pirates, eager to find the precious hidden booty of Dr. Phillips island.
On the final Friday before the start of Spring Semester, instead of pulling a gaming all-nighter, going wild with a last-day-of-IAP party or mourning the death of our beloved Star Market, 15 freshmen ventured out from the safety of their dorms to embark upon a journey of friendship and self-discovery.
Whether you'll get used to it or not, you're probably waking up earlier than usual and hyping yourself up with some Positive Thoughts About The Semester. But some of them aren't true...
My first and most important research project to date almost ended with failure. Áron Ricardo Perez-Lopez describes his first experience with research in an MIT application essay that worked!
Pipe cleaners may seem childish to use in art — but to me, they are colorful and comforting, flexible and versatile, and there are no boundaries to what I can create with a few fuzzy sticks.
I'm at peace with who I am and how I express my gender, but it wasn't easy to get to this point.
I tried to stay on the meal plan. I really did.
I am a creature of routines, and being a Course 6 student has inspired me to algorithmitize (yes, that’s a made up word) my life when possible. For example, I do laundry every Saturday, sometimes earlier when my hamper is 75% full, or my favorite hoodie is in need of a wash. When I moved off campus, I was suddenly faced with a new daily decision: how to get to campus every day. Making an algorithm was the logical next step. Here’s my thought process:
You’ve probably gotten a deluge of emails asking you to fill out course evaluations. You’ve got a lot on your plate right now with finals and such, so here are a few things to ponder so you can optimize your subject evaluations. You’ve gotta make sure instructors and departments hear your feedback.