IAP and spring pre-registration, UROP applications
The deadline for IAP pre-registration is this Friday, Jan. 11. The Add/Drop application will become available Jan. 14 at 9 a.m.
College of Computing headquarters to replace Building 44
Perhaps the most distinctive exterior feature of Building 44 is the “J” sign, which refers to the J particle discovered by Samuel C.C. Ting and his group in 1974.
Met warehouse to house SA+P and makerspace
“We [SA+P] do not own the ground floor anywhere on campus except at the Media Lab. This makes us invisible to anyone navigating through MIT, and almost impossible to find,” Dean Sarkis wrote.
MIT admits 7.4 percent of EA applicants
MIT offered 707 students early admission to the Class of 2023.
A letter to Associate Provost Lester on Saudi Arabia
Are there any circumstances under which our institution would end relations with such an agent as Saudi Arabia? And if so, how would those circumstances differ from those we face with Saudi Arabia?
‘Reclaimed’: taking pride in our names and heritage
Colorful portraits of smiling MIT students wrapped around the pale limestone supports. Each photographed person carried a whiteboard with their names scrawled on, accompanied with its meaning, their pride spilling off the glossy photo-grade paper. In the stressful midst of finals week, this unexpected change of scenery came as a delightful surprise.
Fresh voices of reality and working to understand ourselves
Providing fresh voices that should be heard, 'Points of You' is written with honesty that can be appreciated by all. The voices of Vick Liu, Julia Rue, Mina Fahmi, and Drew Bent alternate throughout the book, speaking about a wide range of topics, including mental health, relationships, and leadership.
Fighting the good fight
From a plot standpoint, the biopic feels like a dedicated retelling of a page from Ruth’s life. In fact, Ruth’s nephew, Daniel Stiepleman, worked closely with her in order to ensure the authenticity of the screenplay.
Seeing is believing
'Bird Box' is yet another post-apocalyptic movie, featuring an invasive species that attacks through your sight. If you look at it, you’re overcome by a crippling sadness and will do everything in your power to kill yourself.
Playing through living art
Every shot in 'GRIS,' whether struggling to withstand violent gusts or sliding down a hill, feels deliberately composed — like each action completes some art piece.
Look out Oscars, ‘Vice’ is heading your way
'Vice' tells the story of Dick Cheney, from his earlier life to his entry into politics to becoming the vice president to George W. Bush Jr. Hilarious, thought-provoking, and totally unexpected, 'Vice' is a must-see movie this Christmas.
A wing and a miss: the highs and lows of Asgard wings
While most wings left something to be desired in terms of texture or creativity, some certainly stood out. Gold fever was the clear winner with a smoky BBQ tang that steers clear of the usual trap of overwhelming mustard flavor.