Unfounded bomb threat near Hayden
Reports of a bomb threat in Building 14 Aug. 25 were unfounded.
Cameras, card readers, alarms installed on rooftops
New security measures such as cameras, card readers, and alarms have been installed on the rooftops of main campus buildings.
Investigation ongoing for gunshots fired near PBE fraternity
As of a Wednesday post from the Massachusetts State Police, the investigation, including into potential suspects and motive, remains active.
PE and subject registration, first day of classes, insurance waiver
PE registration starts Friday at 8 a.m. for undergraduate students and Sept. 4 for graduate students. It will close Sept. 5. First come, first served!
A brief respite from the heat
On Tuesday night, Boston recorded its 2nd warmest low temperature on record — 81 °F (27 °C), but relief is coming.
MIT launches new homepage
Only about five percent of users are located in Cambridge, but these users account for about 23 percent of all site visits in the past year.
Voting in the Democratic Primary? The MIT Dems endorse these candidates
Big political issues, such as housing affordability, public transportation, and climate change, affect everybody, whether you’re an MIT student or a local Cambridge resident. In this piece, the MIT Democrats outline which Massachusetts primary candidates they think will do the best job in promoting the public’s interests.
Just let me run!
It’s such a lovely day! And it’s been so for the last 15 years.
‘I beg you, do not fail’
In the case of historical blockbuster dramas, it seems Hollywood has not yet run out of ways to incriminate the Nazis during their reign in WWII or thereafter. With Operation Finale, we see the focus shift away from the infamous target of Adolf Hitler to one of his malicious organizers and the waiting game leading up to his capture and eventual trial in Israel.