MIT student held without bail for allegedly keeping guns in his dorm room
Angel De La Cruz, a student in Course 6 and a resident of Senior House, has been ordered held without bail for allegedly possessing firearms in his dorm room. His hearing is scheduled for Feb. 13.
John Kerry urges climate action in MIT address
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urged action on climate change at an address Monday morning at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, while voicing confidence in the economic potential of renewable energy to drive positive change.
MIT sees 7 percent reduction in campus greenhouse gas emissions
The Institute, which sees its campus as something of a test bed for climate action, announced in a release that greenhouse gas emissions on campus have dropped by 7 percent since 2014.
Mystery hunt, CEHS, Sandbox
The annual Mystery Hunt will take place this weekend. The kickoff is Friday, Jan. 13 at noon in Kresge Auditorium.
New House construction schedule accelerated by one year
New House renovations are expected to be complete in time for full occupancy for fall 2018, according Jennifer Hapgood-White, associate director of housing assignments, in an email sent to New House residents and residence hall house teams Jan. 5.
Colder temperatures and clear skies this weekend
Southwesterly flow will advect unseasonably warm air toward New England on Wednesday and Thursday. A low pressure system will pass to the west of Massachusetts on Thursday, and even though most of its associated precipitation will fall inland, there is a high chance of rain on Thursday morning and early afternoon. The winds will be strong at around 15 mph.
Tales of misunderstood witches
The illustrations in A Monster Calls are enchanting – colorful and mystical, like the illustrations out of your favorite children’s book.
Brace yourselves, The Coldest Winter is coming
In the midst of all of this secrecy, Johnston paces the reveals remarkably, leaving enough information for the reader to piece together this narrative without too much exposition.
Kaleidoscopic colors, flashy lights, exhilarating moves
The two-hour show is filled with color, spazztastic music and moves, and enough hooting and howling from the fanatical audience to fill up the MIT night scene.
La La Land: a fresh style of musical for the big screen
For those who frown upon the illogicalness of random fits of song and dance, La La Land with its mix of the trivial and the real dares to reinvent the musical as a genre.
What will make the difference in the offseason?
The MLB offseason leaves spectators hanging on a cliff.
Swimming and diving see wins
Men’s basketball(10-3) defeated Fitchburg State 84-59. Cameron Korb ’19 led the Engineers with 23 points.
Paying it forward
You know the scene in The Sound of Music where Maria skips up to the gates of the Von Trapp Manor with two pieces of baggage and a song about beating imposter syndrome? That was figuratively me moving to MIT in 2015.
MIT: a personal Pandora’s box
I eagerly looked forward to my life at MIT, excited about the cultural discovery and surprises. These surprises started early.