Vice President Daysi Gomez ’18 assumed the responsibilities of Undergraduate Association President while President Sophia Liu ’17 was recovering from emergency surgery in South Africa.
Later this year, the Division of Student Life (DSL) will pilot a cleaning program for the shared bathrooms in Simmons to promote health and wellness.
Cooler, seasonable conditions will overspread the region in the wake of Wednesday’s cold front. That front brought isolated but much-needed rain to Eastern Massachusetts, which remains in the midst of a persistent severe drought. Locally, clear skies and high temperatures in the mid 70s will persist into the weekend before another system approaches from the west by Sunday, bringing a cold front and another opportunity for precipitation. Near the Carolina coast, minimal Tropical Storm Julia will continue to meander, bringing squally weather and heavy rain to coastal regions. Julia is forecast to remain weak and nearly stationary over the next several days before weakening and moving onshore. Elsewhere in the nation, rain and thunderstorms will overspread the Plains as a developing system organizes over the central United States and progresses quickly eastward. Otherwise, calm weather and clear skies will be the norm across much of the country as the Autumnal Equinox approaches.
Hamlet-on, a production by the MIT Shakespeare Ensemble, was completely written and rehearsed in 24 hours. A mashup of William Shakespeare’s tragedy Hamlet and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s wildly popular musical Hamilton, the show proves both clever and hilarious.
This past Saturday, September 10, marked the fifth annual Boston Festival of Indie Games (abbreviated as Boston FIG), held in MIT’s Johnson Athletic Center. The games on display numbered over 100, and varied widely in genre, scope, and style.
On August 13th and 14th, hundreds of writers, scouts, officials, fans, and former players of baseball attended the Sabermetrics, Scouting, and Science of Baseball seminar.
QB Udgam Goyal ’19 completed 23 of 41 passes for 193 yards and a touchdown while WR Eddy Garcia-Montes ’19 caught 7 passes for 94 yards.