‘It’s okay to be white’ white nationalist fliers posted near campus
MIT’s Bias Response Team received four reports Nov. 1 of fliers with the slogan “It’s okay to be white,” which has been linked to white supremacist activism, posted near campus.
First taste of winter in Boston
Wildfires continue to rage through California where over 100 people have gone missing and nearly 50 have been reported dead.
Employees sue Happy Lamb Hot Pot in Central Square
“Students could play a huge role in making sure that the workers' rights are enforced,” attorney Ting Chiu wrote.
Spring housing forms, shuttle service, drop date
Spring housing forms are due Nov. 25 and are available at http://myhousing.mit.edu.
This memory is corrupt
What happened yesterday? Can you remember?
Before he could fly, he was Peter. Watch as a boy learns to how to never grow up.
Various beautiful voices, still one community
As noted by Director Mobley, the purpose of the Every Voice series is to recognize and shed positive light on diversity within the community. This year, the focus is on the LGBTQIA+ community, the Latinx community, as well as veterans and victims of wars. The music for every community presents a kaleidoscope of styles that highlights the past and the present of each group.
Bend and clap!
MTG’s ‘Legally Blonde’: The Musical is a fun-filled performance with a lively cast. It’s fun to watch the characters grow in meaningful ways while they navigate their way through the narrative’s racy situations.
When a lumberjack turns into a doctor in rural France...
As a celebration of the 200th anniversary of Charles Gounod’s birth, the Odyssey Opera presents this opéra-comique while also preserving original text from Molière’s play. Sung in French paired with English subtitles, the opera features never-before heard recitatives by Erik Satie.
‘The Grinch’ is a heartwarming yet fresh take on a classic story
A green furry man attempts to exorcise his loneliness by picking on villagers. After he carries out his big plan, the man learns the spirit of Christmas.
Crime made glamorous
When Carlos forms a thieving alliance with Ramón Peralta, Luis Ortega directs our view to their bodies, their hedonism, and their temerity — exploring a homoerotic relationship in a homophobic world.
Understanding diseases at the nanoscale
Researchers at the Nanomechanics Laboratory strive to utilize the mechanical properties of nanomaterials to study the progression and to understand the mechanisms of sickle cell disease and other life-threatening diseases.