This week, in response to MIT Summer Confessions posts, Auntie will give yet more unsolicited advice. Remember, folks, even your (technologically incompetent) aunt can read a public page!
“This summer, I drove across the country in a solar-powered car.” MIT’s Solar Electric Vehicle team takes their car on a race from Nebraska to Oregon.
“There are times in life when we meet someone and instantly know that person will play an integral role in what is to come. Bill was, and is, one of those people to me.”
I distinctly remember thinking that all I wanted, even in my intoxicated state, was to be friends.
We learned that everyone you met on a trail in the White Mountains of New Hampshire was a friend. Dad’s warm greeting always elicited a response and often a conversation. I thought that my father must know everyone in the world.
Sarah Shapiro, a PhD student, is active in the GSAB and the GSC and loves sewing.
Don’t wait too long for the perfect moment. There won’t be one.
Are you counting down the days until summer? I definitely am. Here are 11 signs that we’re almost there.
Myra Ahmad is a junior who loves her community in McCormick and in the Muslim Students’ Association.
Meet Eke, a sophomore who loves architecture and dancing with various Boston dance groups.
The Tech interviews prospective students at CPW about what's awesome about MIT and themselves.
March Madness is over. The Super Bowl is a distant memory. Make way for the next big sporting event of the year: the Scootah Hockey World Championships!
Meet Therese Mills, a freshman who loves Disney, fencing, and math.
In the midst of all the liquid nitrogen ice cream, puzzle hunts, and lock-picking, you should make sure to take time for self-reflection.
Are you panicking about the avalanche of event preparations crashing down on your shoulders?
Ultimately, a Mock Trial round comes down to being able to tell the best story.
Senior Craig Thorburn, from Scotland, founded Burns Supper at MIT, which features Scottish food, music, and dancing.
Auntie believes you could find love again.
Meet Yu-Chien, a physics graduate student at MIT.
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.