UROP direct funding, add date, ring premiere
UROP Direct Funding applications are due today.
Global Education Office closed, study abroad to be managed by MISTI
Students will be able to receive the same level of support, assistance, and care as before.
Simmons Heads of House reflect on time ‘in the sponge’
John Essigmann: Simmons culture "has something to do with the architecture which allows this fluid movement of students through the building that prevents Balkanization."
Community forum held to discuss College of Computing organizational structure
Huttenlocher expressed an intention to incorporate computing into other majors, so that students “don't even have to be in a blended major with Course 6 to learn the parts of computing [they] want to learn and understand the paths through curriculum at MIT to get [them] there.”
Physics department suspends Seth Lloyd’s secondary appointment
Lloyd will continue to supervise students assigned to him until "MechE, Physics and MIT reach a decision about his final state.”
MIT to donate $850,000 to nonprofits supporting sexual abuse survivors
The nonprofits were selected by the Committee on Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response.
Why are relationships so hard at MIT?
“Somehow, though it boasts Nobel laureates, CEOs, and some of the most brilliant minds on the face of the earth, MIT has missed one of the most crucial tenets of life.”
Challenges of graduate student medical leave
“I did not realize that the equivalent of S3 for graduate students is woefully inadequate.”
Endorsements are dumb
“Why should we, the readers of The Tech, care about what MIT Democrats have to say? The answer is that we shouldn’t.”
On Fossil Fuel Divestment Day, MIT still refuses to act
“MIT has not divested its $17 billion endowment from its fossil fuel holdings, which MIT Divest is fighting for.”
Art requires research too
Albee’s exhibition features a collection of photographic prints and a video-based installation. The artist reflects on the influence that Robert Blanchon had on her during their brief, one-year friendship.
‘Birds of Prey’ is nothing to squawk at
Ever wondered how supervillains handle breakups? The wait is over!
Here to party
To celebrate their new album, “Modern Animal,” Magic City Hippies embarked on a nation-wide tour and stopped in Boston to play at the Paradise Rock Club. The band showed off their diverse sound and vibrant personality.
Gotta go see ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’
The CG Sonic fits almost seamlessly in his more realistic environment and expresses his feelings of enthusiasm, frustration, and anger through convincing and life-like facial quirks.
Working for Hollywood
“The Assistant” acts as a period piece, set in a time before the Weinstein scandals and #MeToo movement.
MIT Men’s Club Ice Hockey loses 4-2 to University of Connecticut
Despite an excellent performance, the MIT Ice Hockey Club faced a 4-2 defeat against the University of Connecticut Ice Hockey Club.