CSAIL responds to tweet from Trump about pilots, MIT computer scientists
The official Twitter account of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory replied, “We're very happy to help. But maybe we can keep the pilots, too?”
Graduate PE registration, nominations for MIT Awards
Graduate registration is open for fourth quarter Physical Education classes.
Tent parties to be replaced with early evening cultural festival
The committee hopes to plan tent parties at least once every four years so that students can experience them at least once in their undergraduate career.
Dorm leaders present first-year rooming assignment designs in workshop
EC proposed running an algorithm to assign first years to rooms (based on their rankings) 10 times to generate 10 sets of dorm-wide placements. Each hall’s upper-level students would then rank the results.
Data, inclusion, and the DSL
Data is much better at finding problems than solutions; data offers a single path of making changes to measured variables in attempt to relocate data points to within the acceptable or normal range, as defined by DSL.
Six decades, twelve trumpets, and infinite beauty
The 12th Annual Herb Pomeroy Memorial Concert honored the legacy of the influential jazz performer, educator, and founder of the MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble through exhilarating and heart-wrenching personal compositions. The performance showcased the talents of many musicians, presented a night full of beautiful music, and united the audience in emotional, spiritual ways.
Captain Marvel, the MCU’s newest powerhouse
Captain Marvel is an enjoyable and groundbreaking contribution to the MCU. However, its weak conclusion and thematic inconsistency result in some wasted potential.