First years, sophomores, and juniors invited back to campus for Spring 2021
According to an FAQ about the spring semester, housing assignments will be shared with students in “late November.” Students will be able to participate in the residential pod program with up to six pod members.
MIT PE offers ‘online conceptual’ swim class
Director of MIT PE Carrie Moore said in a statement to Bloomberg in April that “‘graduating seniors can fulfill their swim test requirement by completing an online program that teaches water safety and introduces swimming fundamentals.’”
GSC issues statement against DHS’s proposed student visa policies
The proposed rule, published Sept. 25, states that it would amend DHS regulations “by changing the admission period of F, J, and I aliens from duration of status to an admission for a fixed time period.”
Glen Shor named MIT’s Executive Vice President and Treasurer
Shor: I would say first of all, now more than ever, I'm extraordinarily proud to be a member of the MIT community. MIT is really living its values and showing its ingenuity and resilience in response to COVID-19.
CAPD releases graduating student survey results
The survey seeks to “determine the plans of graduating students and data that will assist the staff” to “provide the best related and graduate school-related service to MIT students,” the GSS website writes.
SHARP, spring housing applications, Veteran’s Day
The Student Housing Assistance Review Process (SHARP) application is due at noon Nov. 5 for seniors.
Trying to not starve together
There’s a certain kind of solidarity when you’re starving to death with friends
The dichotomy of suns
I, er, definitely know what pumpkin pie looks like.