Pre-registration, insurance waivers, UROP applications
Pre-registration deadline for IAP is Jan. 10.
Three seniors and two alums named 2021 Schwarzman Scholars
According to MIT News, the recipients were selected from over 4,700 applicants for a program “complemented by internships, career development mentors, high-profile speakers, and opportunities to travel throughout China.”
MIT affiliates sign statement against Citizenship Amendment Act
The statement reads, “We strongly condemn the increasingly violent suppression of these citizens’ protests … that have left several dead. We praise the courage, dignity, humor, resolve, and dynamism with which the students and ordinary citizens continue their protest.”
New apartment-style graduate residence to be built on Vassar Street
Rates for the residence hall will be determined by the building’s condition as well as the rates charged for similar on- and off-campus housing options.
HMMT reorganizes in response to cultural concerns
The reorganization includes changes in the staff selection process and the creation of a committee on diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
Moving Latin America forward: how to accelerate the adoption of artificial intelligence
MIT is arguably the most ideal place to kickstart the development of wide-reaching initiatives in AI that would socially benefit and boost growth of Latin America.
The adventures of Omelette and the gang
Had the acting been bad, this show would have been downright painful to sit through, but instead, it was delightful and hilarious thanks to the incredible skill of the ASP actors.
‘CATS’: hilarious, if you’re delirious
The CGI effects are extremely disturbing and outweigh the merits of the film. This movie is highly eccentric and disconcerting, the stuff of delirious nightmares… but it’s something you might find funny if you’re hysterical at 3 a.m.
In the belly of the whale
In the spirit of the novel it’s based on, this musical, organized into four parts, packs in an absolute bonanza of bizarre and beautiful things into a 3.5-hour multi-genre extravaganza.
MIT Sport Taekwondo ends the fall season on a high note
MIT’s Sport Taekwondo team ended their fall ’19 season on a high note in the Eastern Collegiate Taekwondo Conference rankings. Besides the home tournament, Cornell and Brown rounded up the fall season. The team is gearing up for the spring season with tournaments at Princeton and UVM, followed by Nationals at UC Berkeley.