Geathers, Chen reflect on year in office, discuss changes for the coming year
Chen: One thing we could have improved on and will be improving on this coming year would be administrative transparency and the Institute committee process and embedding student voice in there.
Class of 2023 Brass Rat unveiled at Ring Premiere
Above the beaver, there is a crescent moon and a full moon, representing the two moon phases during convocation and graduation, the first and last days that the Class of 2023 will be students at MIT.
April faculty meeting discussion focuses on fall plans and first-year credit limit
MIT expects that many COVID-era restrictions will be lifted, but some may remain in place. “We don’t know to what extent, but testing, enhanced cleaning, physical distancing, and mask-wearing could be necessary,” Barnhart said.
Building assignments, drop date, UROP funding
Drop date is April 29. It is also the last day to change a full-term subject from credit to listener or to or from PE/NE grading.
Spring into the last month of class!
Even though rain and cooler temperatures can get people down, power through the rest of the semester. The final stretch is here!
#StopAsianHate: A call to action for the MIT community
For far too long, MIT has excused racism, fetishization, and anti-Asian sentiment within the Institute. We must begin to acknowledge that these issues cannot be divorced from our campus.
Welcome to CP*, Class of 2025!
‘The Tech’ spoke with a few prefrosh about their prospective areas of study, what they look forward to at MIT, and what events stood out to them at CP*.
Let me go
There’s blood in the water.
Love is —
I think about how I told my friend at lunch today, I don’t say I love you enough, but I’ll do better.