Working group formed to rename GRT, GRA roles
The working group is looking to propose a unified name for the GRT and GRA positions, as well as to revise the GRT and GRA hiring agreements.
MIT, other universities raise concerns over proposed Title IX regulations
The proposed regulations would require universities to implement “quasi-judicial” proceedings, in particular through cross-examination during live hearings.
Hayden Library to undergo renovations in 2020
Hayden Library is set to undergo renovations, with construction expected to begin in January 2020. The library will close at the end of the fall 2019 semester and reopen in fall 2020.
Chilly day, Groundhog Day, registration day
Wind chill as low as -14 ºF is forecasted for today. Be careful and wear protective clothing when going outside.
From greatness to gratuitousness
Who is to blame for the planet's current state? An MIT alumnus gives his thoughts.
Rumor has it…
Eight overdramatic men and women, a suicidal deputy mayor, and an unruly gun converge one night during a fated anniversary party. We all know what ensues: Rumors galore.
Likeness of love
In their second visit to Boston, Nederlands Dans Theater 2 proves why choreographers flock to create their most experimental work on the company’s blank canvas of young talent.
What happens to science when the government closes?
The longest government shutdown in U.S. history ended last Friday. MIT researchers wrote to The Tech to recount how they were impacted by losses of funding, cancelled conference sessions, missed opportunities for collaborations, and more.
Towards the future of nuclear energy: materials
The Mesoscale Nuclear Materials Group, built in 2013 and led by Michael P. Short, aims to address problems of material performance by reinventing our understanding and measurement techniques of nuclear materials degradation.