Students continue to raise concerns over dining plans
Residence hall representatives mainly focused on breakfast swipe utilization, lunch, and community building issues.
Social Implications and Responsibilities of Computing, Academic Degrees working groups present ideas for College of Computing
HASS Dean Melissa Nobles said that the goal of the working group is to examine ways to integrate scholarship on the social implications and responsibilities of computing into the fabric of the college.
Organizational Structure and Faculty Appointments working groups hold joint forum
Two of the major questions the working group is tackling, EECS Department Head Ozdaglar explained, are what role EE will play in the new college, and how non-College of Computing faculty will connect to the college.
Drop date, UA elections, reuse event
Choose to Reuse is holding a reuse event for office supplies on Thursday, April 18 at the Stata Center. Drop-off begins 8 a.m. and items can be picked up from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m..
Doug Lauffenburger reflects on time as inaugural biological engineering department head
The goal of the program was "different than had ever been done before, and that is to ground bioengineering in modern molecular and cell biology."
Students play open-source Dance Dance Revolution emulator in Rebecca’s Café
The new machine, a state-of-the-art StepManiaX that retails for over $7000, is now free for anyone to use during Rebecca’s Café business hours and available to MIT cardholders 24/7.
The new minimum meal plan is misguided
The changes reflect a misdiagnosis of the issues that affect food affordability and accessibility on campus. Rather than assessing students’ eating habits directly, DSL administrators are using meal swipes as a proxy for meal consumption on campus.
Dancing with the blood
No printed words can do justice to the hypnotic experience created by the Batsheva Dance Company. Rather than anonymizing the individual in the troupe, each dancer bursts like a ray of sun through a quartz prism.
Be our guest, be our guest, be our guest!
It’s a tale as old as time.
A cafe with coffee, cookies, and… CBD lattes?
Nestled in a cozy corner of Porter Square’s residential neighborhood, NOCA Provisions couldn’t be a more fitting environment for a slow afternoon paired with a steaming cup of coffee. Among freshly made oat parfaits, an assortment of baked goods, and a daily menu selection, what stands out are their unique lattes.
A full family affair
I know that as soon as Avengers: Endgame comes out in a month, everyone will forget all about Shazam!. But, before that happens, I recommend you take your friends or your family and step into a movie theater to enjoy the unblemished joy that is Shazam!.
Participate in a UROP
During my freshman summer UROP, I spent one of my most fun and adventurous days helping set up a computer cluster for my lab at the Bates Research and Engineering Center.