Thanksgiving break, blood drive, W20 closure
A blood drive will be held in La Sala de Puerto Rico on the second floor of the Student Center Monday Nov. 25 and Tuesday Nov. 26 from 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Visit the following website to make an appointment: http://web.mit.edu/blood-drive/www/.
Ali Daher receives Rhodes Scholarship
Daher advises students to take their time when deciding on a research interest. “You only get to really know your passions once you get out of your comfort zone [and] start taking a couple of classes and [doing] projects that ... you might not necessarily stick to. If you’re not going to explore at MIT, where and when are you going to explore?”
MIT receives $261 million from Lord Foundation
The Lord Foundations were established by Thomas Lord to support institutions seeking to advance research, education, and innovation. Each foundation benefits a specific university or institution selected by Lord and his successor, Donald Alstadt.
Office of the Vice Chancellor conducts reviews of Phase Two of CUP experiment
While GPA in science core GIRs increased by 0.06 in Fall 2018, GPA in science core GIRs dropped by 0.36 in Spring 2019, according to last year’s results from Phase One of the experiment.
College of Computing discussed during Nov. 20 faculty meeting
Huttenlocher’s presentation outlined three key areas that the college intends to address: computing fields and their rapid evolution, computing in other disciplines, and the social and ethical responsibilities of computing.
The case of Seth Lloyd is a microcosm of the systemic problems at MIT
We will not wait a day longer. We will not wait for these conversations to happen weeks from now, in a back room, on terms dictated by the very people who committed the relevant offenses.
Submerged into the depths of heartache
Overflowing with artistic flare and emotion, ‘Waves’ follows the life-changing experiences of an African-American family struggling to find themselves in an overwhelming world.
I really need this job!
Who am I anyway? Am I my resume? I need this job, oh God, I need this show!
‘Marriage Story’ is beautifully heartbreaking
Noah Baumbach is completely unapologetic as he tears down what was once a picturesque marriage.
MIT Women’s Soccer beats Johnson & Wales University
A historic season for the MIT Women’s Soccer team comes to an end as they face an unlucky defeat in penalties against defending champions Williams College.