OSIRIS-REx to fetch sample of asteroid
For the next two years, NASA’s latest robotic spacecraft will be chasing down an asteroid near Earth in the hopes of scooping up some of the most primordial bits of the solar system.
High in demand, BU Law clinics continue in fall
The second law clinic, focused on technology and cyberlaw, launches this fall. Overseen by Boston University Law faculty, the clinics partner students from MIT with BU Law students who provide legal assistance with issues related to their innovative activities.
Chris D’Elia featured as FallFest comedian
Chris D’Elia will be the featured comedian during this year's FallFest, UA Events Committee co-chair Laura K. Yenchesky ’19 told The Tech.
Everybody’s got the right to be morbid
Framed as a macabre carnival game, Assassins delves into the stories of men and women who attempted to assassinate presidents of the United States.
The Light Between Oceans is a journey of romance with many crossroads
In Derek Cianfrance's romance drama, The Light Between Oceans, Janus is an isolated island lighthouse overlooking two oceans and the setting for an intriguing story of love and loss, a journey worthy of the lighthouse's namesake.
Women’s field hockey (2-0) started its campaign with victories over Simmons and U. Mass. Dartmouth. Emily Penn ’18 scored a hattrick in MIT’s 4-1 victory over Dartmouth.
Football loses an overtime thriller to WPI in the season opener
The MIT Engineers dropped an overtime thriller 37-34 to WPI in the season opener after rallying back from a 10-point deficit late in the fourth quarter.
Making change in Paris
The morning after Bastille Day, the French national holiday, found me walking down the Rue Rambuteau in Paris. I was on the way to a boulangerie that boasted of having the best baguette in the city.
Pokémon and robots
After over a month of working at Yoshimoto Robotics in the heart of the great metropolis of Tokyo, my life had become a routine. Everything changed when Pokémon Go took Japan by storm.