Add date, flu shots, book sales
Add date is Friday, Oct. 7. Be sure to add any class by the end of the day!
Admins have not promised New that NH houses will stick together
About 70 percent of New House’s roughly 200 continuing residents hope to continue living with the members of their house when the dorm goes offline for an expected two years, a survey of residents found.
Candidates announced for 2020 Class Council
The Tech contacted all four presidential candidates about their campaigns, and interviewed Nwana, Petrovic, and Mulcahy. Farhat declined to interview, citing bad experiences he’s had with newspapers in the past.
Hazing Prevention Week sees low turnout
Associate Dean Don Camelio, chair of the HPEC, estimated that there were 25 people at the community talk, 20 at the staff workshop, and a handful at the workshop for graduate staff.
Voter registration drives in Lobby 10 this week
Voter registration drives will be held 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. this Thursday in Lobby 10, and Friday in the Student Center Lobby.
Late-night live music ban at Senior House may shorten Steer Roast
The MIT Police Department informed Senior House last month that it would no longer be allowed to run live outdoor music events past 11:30 p.m.
Moratorium on student groups to last until spring
The Association of Student Activities announced that it will not be recognizing new student groups this fall on its website, citing an increase in student groups, time needed for the ASA to update policies and transition to a new database, and that the organization itself is understaffed.
Spectacular cities, visionary artists
Depending on what sort of connoisseur you are, the neoclassical-like Beaux-Arts style of architecture that Despradelle loved would have either satiated your cravings for elegance and decoration, or disgusted the modernized MIT techie inside of you.
Masterminds or brainless?
Masterminds’ zany plot makes it enjoyable to watch, and viewers will laugh along with the characters’ absurd antics and irreverent dialogue. However, the storyline dips its toes in clichés, and the characters are wacky to the point of disbelief.
Out of China, a monumental addition to the sci-fi genre: Death’s End
In terms of sci-fi fare, Liu delivers his usual well-crafted showcase of ideas. What makes Liu’s fiction unique is that the science fiction interest doesn’t simply emerge from the introduction of a new technology, but from key shifts in realizations about the universe.
Successful week for MIT sports
Women's soccer (10-3) won a tight contest away at Wheaton College. Jacqueline Simmons '18 scored from a penalty kick as the Engineers extended their winning streak to six while completing their fifth straight shutout.
Lauren Ullmann ’17 talks soccer and support systems
Ullmann spoke about the incredible support system that the women’s soccer team has always provided, how the team tries to play its best on the field when the firehose is at its fiercest off the field, and her evolution as a leader, teammate, and friend both on and off the pitch.
A different kind of success
Living with athletes.