Registration opens for all students Friday Jan. 24.
Frozen yogurt machine installed on second floor of student center
The machine’s indicated operating hours are 4:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. daily.
EECS department restructures into three overlapping faculties
The report named the root cause of the problems with the department’s existing structure as “the binary characterization of faculty as either EE or CS.”
Seth Lloyd denies he hid Epstein’s identity from MIT, says he followed MIT policies
Lloyd wrote that he “actively inquired about MIT’s proper procedures for accepting donations” from his departmental administrator before putting Epstein’s accountant in touch with MIT officers.
Beach Fossils live, what a pleasure
Though much of their show wasn’t unusually impressive, Beach Fossils showed off their incredible musical talent at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston. The guitar-heavy songs roused the crowd and made for an overall great concert.
An interview with the Boston Student Film Festival
The overarching objective is to create something more than just a film festival
Oath Pizza’s new mindful menu is delicious and unique
Overall, we liked the food — while some pizzas lacked novelty, most of them tasted great, and the Spicy Hawaiian pizza is a must-try. The staff was extremely friendly and went above and beyond to accommodate our dietary restrictions. And best of all, with the imminent onset of spring semester meal plans, remember that Oath accepts dining dollars!
The Holten-Andersen Group’s approach to bio-inspired materials
There is no question that nature is the best engineer. As hard as material scientists try, replicating nature’s intricate processes and networks is a holy grail that often seems nearly unattainable. Instead of attempting to copy nature, some scientists draw inspiration from nature’s mechanisms and apply them to the synthesis of goods for human use. The field of producing materials using design principles from nature is known as bio-inspired material research.