Drop date, student-faculty dinners, leadership award
Students have until 11:59 p.m. Nov. 20 to submit approved changes for drop date, to change a subject from credit to listener, or to petition a December advanced standing exam.
Meal Plan Working Group to develop a new meal plan model
Director of Campus Dining Mark Hayes said that the Meal Plan Working Group is receiving input from students by including members of the House Dining Committee (HDC) in working group meetings, facilitating discussions with different dorms and their respective heads of houses and interested residents, and opening up an online form where students can provide feedback.
Koch portrait in Building 66 covered by artwork ‘Tarnished Horizons’
An email sent to The Tech by the anonymous group describes the painting as “an impressionist rendering of a flaming offshore drilling rig filling the sky with smoke and the sea with oil.”
UA Vice President resigns, Charlotte Minsky appointed as successor
Elango wrote in an email to The Tech that Green resigned because he is taking a leave of absence from MIT.
Brothers Marketplace opens in Kendall Square
The store offers higher-priced organic and locally-sourced options. The cooked foods section of the store includes a bakery and cafe, a salad bar, a deli, a hot pretzel display, and a sushi display.
MIT Libraries support staff vote to unionize
Sixty members of the support staff voted in favor, while four voted against.
Democratize MIT coalition replies to President Reif
Democratize MIT rejects Reif’s autocratic solution to funding committees.
An exhilarating and unexpectedly insightful glimpse into a hidden moment in racing history, ‘Ford v. Ferrari’ captures the excitement of racing and the lives of the people with the passion to fuel this sport.
‘Doctor Sleep’ might just put you to bed
Torn between paying lip service to Kubrick and wrapping up Stephen King’s saga about the Torrance family, Mike Flanagan makes a film that’s neither a satisfactory follow-up to ‘The Shining’ nor a particularly compelling horror film.
How to dupe a queen
A queen finds herself powerless, an orphan finds herself a duchess, and someone finds themselves without a head. Odyssey Opera’s revival of Pacini’s Tudor drama is an unexpected musical delight further enhanced by tasteful staging.
Women’s Soccer wins NEWMAC championship
MIT soccer team moves on to the 2019 NCAA Division III Championship Tournament with high hopes as they beat WPI in splendid fashion, continuing their 13 match win