Dreamers face uncertain futures despite temporary protection
Dreamers Ian Bouche ’21, Jose Gomez ’17, Johan Villanueva ’20, and Avital Vainberg ’21 discuss their experiences as DACA students.
Second annual Day of Action encourages public service, engagement with local community
Free and open to the public, the event included lectures, town-hall type sessions, film screenings, workshops, and booths where student groups and community organizations conducted outreach.
Drop date, summer housing, SpringFest
Drop date is April 26.
Student center exhibit to display murals from Senior House
“Since 1996, over 451 murals have been painted in Senior House...there are ones in rooms, in suites, in stairwells and in bathrooms. They’re really using the internal architecture of the building in this phenomenal way that I don’t see in other places.”
Warm weather is coming — later
The phrase “April showers bring May flowers” has at least halfway come to fruition this year. The Northeast has experienced several large rainstorms this spring with another big storm happening today.
Pass/No Record falls short
P/NR engenders bad habits for freshmen and a mindset that is damaging in the long run. It's more than just grades: P/NR is a culture. But there is a solution.
The world in varying shades of gray
Halloween comes early to MIT, as Next Act uses a bit of necromancy to pull you into a musical that is anything but dead. An undead work of art in every sense of the word.
Listen to him, he likes zucchinis
It’s hard to be completely optimistic on your own, what with famine, poverty, and the confusing architecture of the stud.
Few vague ways of ‘fixing’ your broken heart
Next time you are comforting a heartbroken friend, you can use some tricks that you learned in this book. But other than that, this book has little to offer.
The shocking state of rape kits in America
Spanning three major U.S. cities and telling the stories of four survivors, I Am Evidence brings to light a relatively unheard-of problem regarding sexual assault in America. I Am Evidence is the story of the 400,000 untested, abandoned rape kits sitting in police warehouses all over the United States.
Would you trade your identity for a bag of marbles?
Joseph, the precocious younger brother, lets us in on his thoughts of his developing philosophy on living and why he chooses to live. We watch him grow up in Nazi-occupied France from the “crybaby” (as his brother calls him) who lost his blue marble to one who refuses to let go of his life.
Face-to-face with ‘The Enemy’
Walking by the MIT Museum is intriguing this fall — a quick peek through its Mass Ave windows shows patrons decked out in heavy goggles and backpacks meandering through a mostly empty space. They’re participating in The Enemy, a virtual reality (VR) experience intended to inform people about perspectives of war. We are about to join them.
Engineers post national rankings, impressive victories mid-spring
Women’s lightweight ranks seventh nationally, both tennis teams sweep opponents.
Seniors lead softball to unprecedented heights
The team's rapid turnaround shows what a mark the Class of 2018 has made on the program.
Dance and design
Meet Eke, a sophomore who loves architecture and dancing with various Boston dance groups.