Subject registration, art lending, TOUR de SHASS
Be sure to submit your subject registrations (due Friday) after your advisor approves them!
Fall-like weather in the cards
While September typically heralds the beginning of meteorological fall, especially at Boston’s latitude, the weather this year has not shown it.
New meal plans in effect
Dining dollars that are part of the new meal plans can be used at on-campus retail dining locations at a five percent discount, certain off-campus locations, and at LaVerde’s for food items only.
New department heads named for mechanical engineering, aeronautics and astronautics, and math
The Departments of Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautics and Astronautics, and Mathematics have each named new department heads. The former head of the Department of Architecture has been appointed as Dean of the College of Architecture, Art and Planning at Cornell University and will start in January 2019.
The first 48 hours of ‘Dead Cells’
Dead Cells is about restarting over and over again. Each run is about getting good for the run after, but restarting is not as frustrating or as repetitive as it may sound.
‘So far I’ve never lost a case before any judge’
I’ve watched 'The Invisible Guest' at least five times, with friends and family alike, and I’ve always found something new to pick out and analyze each time. The writing that went into 'The Invisible Guest' is clever yet tense, but the excellent acting is also another factor into what makes the film great.
The horrific story of Willi Herold
Based on the true story of the Executioner of Emsland, the black and white film starts off with the aforementioned heart-pounding chase before settling into a much slower-paced examination of Willi Herold’s questionable actions.
‘I thought I could do it. I really thought I could.’
As one of MTG’s more realistic shows, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown portrays the worries, passions, and day-to-day life of unique characters. Their uniqueness provides a good balance of personalities, and there are some parts of every character that are relatable to the audience.
Her Name is Aurora
Kiss of the Spider Woman is an unabashedly queer play set in the darkest of places, prison.
The things you do for carrots
Ninjin: Clash of Carrots is a beat ’em up game about a ninja rabbit out for vengeance after his entire village’s crop is stolen. Providing a rather interesting challenge, the game forces you to think about stamina use, equipment loadout, and strategy.
Concerning your confessions
This week, in response to MIT Summer Confessions posts, Auntie will give yet more unsolicited advice. Remember, folks, even your (technologically incompetent) aunt can read a public page!
Traversing the Oregon Trail by… solar car?
“This summer, I drove across the country in a solar-powered car.” MIT’s Solar Electric Vehicle team takes their car on a race from Nebraska to Oregon.