Add date, housing forms, PE registration
Add date is Friday.
6.0001/2, 6.009, and 8.02 switch away from Piazza
6.0001/2 switched to Ed Discussion, an alternate third-party platform. 6.009 switched to “the forum,” a site instructor Adam Hartz ’11 built using the platform Discourse, an open-source software. 8.02 switched to a MITx discussion forum hosted on the MITx Residential platform.
Burton Conner discusses transition in community meeting
BC President Sara Aaronson told The Tech that because BC culture is closely tied to its nine floors, “some are worried about losing physical access to people they’ve built strong ties to and are comfortable with” through the renewal.
Meal Plan Working Group holds forum
When a student raised the concern that increasing meal swipe minimums decreases student flexibility, Hayes said that MIT inherently has flexible dining options by making dining dollars optional and allowing students to choose their dining plan. Hayes noted that other peer institutions require all students to be on the same meal plan.
New Vassar floor plans, dining, and rooming details released
NV will also contain a grocery market, called “Tim’s Market.” Founders’ group member Tingyi Lu ’23 said at a NV info social March 1 that because the NV dining hall will serve only brunch and dinner, the store will serve as a “breakfast marketplace” similar to the pick-a-lunch program in Walker Memorial.
Bezos, bodies, and backprop
A blank keyboard. A box of receipts. The name “Jeff Bezos” stickered onto the wall. At first glance, Jonathan Zong’s ‘BODY TEXT’ exhibition intrigues with its deceptively innocuous exterior.
‘Burden’ takes on the weight of a story too heavy for one film
The ideas in ‘Burden’ are ultimately more compelling than their execution.
‘Doctor Who’ Series 12: masterfully thrilling
Series 12 balances the old-school with novel twists to keep audiences on the edges of their seats.
MIT Women’s Basketball places second in NEWMAC Championship
After defeating Babson College in a well-contested semifinal game, MIT Women’s Basketball faced an unfortunate loss to Smith College in the final, preventing them from winning the NEWMAC Championship for the third consecutive year.
Men’s and Women’s Track and Field rank highly in D3 Indoor Championships
Women’s Basketball (15-12) competed in the NEWMAC Tournament, earning a 67-53 win against Wellesley College in the first round and a 78-72 win against Babson College in the semifinal before falling to Smith College in a 70-56 championship game Sunday.
The waffle is a lie
What if I had more time to go out and take charge of things I care about?