Nine weird food combinations in my life
Sometimes when you’re a poor college student, you just put the things in your cupboard together. Other times you realise you just had a weird childhood.
A biomedical chemical engineer
Sarah Shapiro, a PhD student, is active in the GSAB and the GSC and loves sewing.
A venture capitalist of many talents
Myra Ahmad is a junior who loves her community in McCormick and in the Muslim Students’ Association.
Dance and design
Meet Eke, a sophomore who loves architecture and dancing with various Boston dance groups.
Devoted to Disney
Meet Therese Mills, a freshman who loves Disney, fencing, and math.
Senior Craig Thorburn, from Scotland, founded Burns Supper at MIT, which features Scottish food, music, and dancing.
Fiddles and F-theory
Meet Yu-Chien, a physics graduate student at MIT.
A freshman who does it all
Welcome to our new weekly feature on a random MIT student! To start off this exciting new series we delve deeper into the life of a freshman who does it all: Nathan Liang.
Major storm brewing for New England
We’ve enjoyed good weather over the past few days, but unfortunately it’s still winter — not yet time to bring out the shorts and T-shirts for good.
Miss Universe alumna, MIT prefrosh
Shanaelle Petty was crowned 2017 Miss Universe Croatia last April, and made it into the top 16 at the Miss Universe 2017 pageant. She will enter MIT this fall as part of the class of 2022.
Get Clued In 2018
On the final Friday before the start of Spring Semester, instead of pulling a gaming all-nighter, going wild with a last-day-of-IAP party or mourning the death of our beloved Star Market, 15 freshmen ventured out from the safety of their dorms to embark upon a journey of friendship and self-discovery.
Autumn weather to come as Maria stays away
The exceptionally warm weather Boston is experiencing following the departure of Tropical Storm Jose will soon come to an end.