CPW, advising, mayoral visit
The UA Committee on Education is hosting a meeting to hear students’ perspectives on advising Monday, April 10 at 4 p.m.
Meet the Prefrosh
April showers bring the admitted Class of 2021 to MIT.
UA president and VP campaigns commence
Candidates for this year’s elections for UA president and vice president are Sarah Melvin ’18 & Alexa Martin ’19, Daysi Gomez ’18 & Liz Cox ’18, and Malte Ahrens ’18, whose VP candidate is set to be confirmed by the UA Election Commission next week.
Timeflies and Frenship to perform at 2017 SpringFest concert
The UA sought a change from the hip-hop artists who have performed in recent years, spurred by pop being the favored genre among students who took the UA’s SpringFest artist survey.
Former Secretary of Energy returns to MIT, plans to focus on energy and nuclear threats
Ernest Moniz, a nuclear physicist who served as Secretary of Energy under former President Obama from 2013 to 2017, has returned to MIT to continue his work in tackling energy challenges and nuclear security.
Sanders criticizes Trump, Kochs, media in fiery Kresge speech
Sanders told a receptive audience that “the future of this country is a progressive, not conservative vision” and asserted that “despair is not an option” in the face of the Trump presidency.
Nomads of New House
New House seniors currently living in Houses 3-6 are being forced to move Tuesday, May 30th from their current rooms into rooms in House 1 and 2.
Response to “The invisible families of MIT”
Spouses and partners are a vibrant part of our community, contributing in many ways. If you are looking for support, know that MS&PC is here to listen and help.
Bildungsroman from the brink
If you have walked through Stata and seen the chalk lettering of “Brink”, then you might have heard of Kollin Wasserlein ’19, who spent IAP producing his music album.
Let’s taco ’bout tacos
Naco Taco has definitely upped their portion sizes, but it’s still a bit of a stretch to justify $4 for a single average taco.
Terrence Malick dazzles and perplexes with his newest impressionistic take on romance
Song to Song is a movie about relationships in all its forms: familial, platonic, romantic, etc. It is about the mistakes we make and the uncertainties we face in life.
MIT softball looks to continue strong play of last season despite dropping opener
Assisted by a strong senior class, the Engineers finished fifth overall in the nation. Last season stands as the most successful in program history.
Teams start the month with a tight set of games
Men’s Baseball (8-4) split their NEWMAC doubleheader against Clark University. The Engineers lost the first game 21-5 but bounced back with a 11-1 second game victory.
I grew up in Egypt. After finishing my bachelor's and master’s degrees at Cairo University, I joined the University of California, Berkeley to do my PhD.
Leaving the MIT whirlwind
My first two years of college, I found myself getting caught up in a flurry of so many obligations and classes that I couldn’t even remember how many organizations I was a part of.