Monday, Feb. 19 is an Institute holiday for President’s Day. Tuesday, Feb. 20 will follow a Monday schedule.
“At times Bacow didn’t seem to realize that other people had different visions of MIT than he did," The Tech wrote in a 2001 editorial.
A survey conducted by East Campus leadership found that seven percent of residents in the dorm smoked.
Green found that 11 of the 18 racialized images within the first 30 years of The Tech and the first 15 years of Technique depicted black people as waiters, even though research has shown that black people during that time period in Boston had a variety of occupations.
Placards such as “Policy & Advocacy,” “Sea Levels & Weather,” and “Energy & Technology” were placed around the room to facilitate conversations in those topics.
A blood drive will be held in La Sala de Puerto Rico on the second floor of the student center next Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. and next Tuesday from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. Visit the following website for more details and to make an appointment: http://web.mit.edu/blood-drive/www/.
Sivaraman hopes students will use FireRoad as “their primary way to plan their time at MIT.”
The center is in part a response to recommendations from student groups, including the Black Students’ Union, Black Graduate Student Association, undergraduate women, and the LBGTQ community.
This IAP, several programming competitions provided interested students the opportunity to learn new skills, practice old ones, and collaborate with — or compete against — their peers.
West criticized MIT, stating that MIT is “in denial of the catastrophic” and instead focuses on smaller problems.
Students in the 7.102 (Introduction to Molecular Biology Techniques) class presented their work Tuesday. They spoke about their lab procedures and research conclusions.
Concourse team restores and maintains the Kendall Band, continuing the work of the Kendall Band Preservation Society and preserving the magic of Paul Matisse's installation for Kendall Station visitors.