MIT released its Regular Action decisions for the Class of 2023 on March 14, Pi Day. Of the 21,312 students who applied (including Early Action), 1,410 students were admitted. Of these, 707 students were admitted early, from a record high Early Action pool of 9,600 students.
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 registration is open for fourth quarter Physical Education classes.
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.
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.
At intermittent points, organizers led protestors in chants, such as “Kissinger you can’t hide, you committed genocide.”
In the talk, Kissinger argued that machines aren’t governed by ethical or philosophical norms. “Right now, technology is way ahead of the humanists,” said Kissinger during the talk. “You have science … without having a philosophical framework within which to put [technology].”
“The preliminary investigation suggests that a crew was working on a lower floor when material collapsed down on top of workers from an above floor,” a statement said.
Over two dozen protestors held up posters with messages including “MIT Kick out Brahminical Fascists” and “MIT Welcomes Hate Speech.”
In their presentation, the CUP put forth a timeline that hopes to have further discussion of the Phase Two proposal in March and to be able to explain the experimental policy to prospective students and their parents by CPW.
The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center is predicting a colder-than-normal month ahead, with the cold starting this weekend. After the snow last night, another low pressure system is expected to hit the Northeast this weekend, potentially bringing in more snow and rain on Saturday night.
At SNHU, Kolenbrander will help the year-and-a-half-old college rethink how “engineering education and STEM education can be more effective, more accommodating, and more inviting.”