Fall registration, physical education classes
The deadline to submit Fall 2019 registration is Sept. 6. There is a $50 late fee.
Work of the Future Task Force report calls attention to exacerbated inequality due to technology
The report said that the challenge we currently face and are likely to face in the near future is not too few jobs, but rather the quality of those jobs and how accessible those jobs are to less-educated people.
Global Studies and Languages faculty reassigned to other HASS departments
GSL classes currently taught by lecturers should not change, according to SHASS Dean Melissa Nobles.
MIT graduate Burhan Azeem runs for Cambridge City Council
Azeem: "The biggest thing for me was that MIT gives you space. For four years, there's nothing you strictly have to do, and so you have a lot of breathing space to figure out how you want to do things."
The power of fear
URB: One of the most notable things in IT (2017) was its focus on the kids and their development throughout the story as they faced Pennywise’s scares. IT Chapter Two follows this trend as we follow the now grown up Losers’ Club, still the same but also slightly different as a result of their years in adulthood spent away from the ominous Derry.
Syzygies, capybaras, and catterjunes
In the program for MTG’s The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, the director’s note mentions, “‘Spelling Bee’ knows exactly what it is like to have a weird hobby and celebrates that,” and I couldn’t agree with her more. SOCIAL MEDIA BLURB: MTG presents a musical about spelling and delivers a story of identity and growing up.