Good Samaritan Policy revised to apply to substances besides alcohol
MIT's Good Samaritan Policy has been updated to protect students who seek help after using drugs besides alcohol.
PE registration, fall classes, and FYRE
PE registration for the first quarter of fall semester opens Wednesday, August 31, at 8 a.m.
Grad students given right to unionize
The National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday that students who work as teaching and research assistants at private universities have a federally backed right to unionize.
New dorm to be built on West Campus
A new dorm will be constructed on West Campus with the goal of opening in 2019. Its current location and building plans are undecided.
Rain to preface enjoyable weekend
A hot, humid, and potentially rainy Friday will precede a spectacularly sunny weekend.
The socioeconomic status of transgender people in India
Growing up in India, we often came across “Hijras,” people who we understood were somehow labeled as different.
The pains of reality
Natalie Portman, in her debut as a director, has adapted Amos Oz’s A Tale of Love and Darkness, a coming-of-age memoir by one of Israel’s most celebrated authors.
The restoration of a tarnished icon
Even though it features a couple of big names in the cast, the film has the feeling of an indie production, albeit a very good one.
As genuine as it is funny, Florence Foster Jenkins hits the right notes
Meryl Streep wins hearts in director Stephen Frear's latest film about a singing socialite.
Neon doesn't disguise the shabby spectacle of Suicide Squad
There's no joy in Suicide Squad. There's only the loss of hope and a feeling of emptiness, regret, and filth like the one that follows a greasy Chinese buffet. You were drawn inside by the bright neon signs to feed, but the meal leaves you wondering whether you have any sense of self-respect.
1776 delivers patriotic, playful production
In the midst of oppressive August heat, the MIT Gilbert & Sullivan Players took audiences back to another sweltering summer in a different northern city.
USA dominates the 2016 Olympic Games
The United States dominated the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janiero, Brazil. The US won the overall medal count with 121 medals, 46 of which were gold.
Student evolved into adult
I settled into a routine: I’d wake up, eat breakfast, go to work, come home, eat dinner, shower, sleep, and repeat. I found it increasingly difficult to go out and experience the city. Enter Pokemon Go.