Behind the scenes of ‘MIT: Regressions (a history of the Institute)'
This project has taken about a year and a half. We thought it would only take three months. A lot of why it took so long is because we keep on finding these insane threads and rabbit holes.
MIT releases draft of Strategic Plan on Graduate Advising and Mentoring
In order to incentivize faculty and thesis supervisors, an “Institute-level award that recognizes excellence in mentoring and advising” will also be created.
Class of 2024 Ring Delivery held at Fairmont Copley Plaza Sunday
The live performer, Chance Emerson, was “fantastic,” Struckman said, adding that a highlight of her night was “dancing with [her] friends to the live music.”
SpringFest, last day of classes, pre-registration
SpringFest Concert will be on Briggs Field A April 30 from 7–10 p.m. Bren Joy and Tai Verdes will perform.
April showers bring May flowers (and cold), respectfully!
All around Boston, the trees are full of shades of white, pink, and green, the tulips in the Boston Public Gardens are reaching bloom, and allergies (and COVID o.O) are on the rise. However, we will have a small regression after Tuesday’s/Wednesday’s storm with the Boston area experiencing below average temperatures as the week comes to an end. Fret not, as seasonal spring temperatures and plenty of sun are just around the corner!
A Davis Square delight
After returning from a recent trip to France, I found myself craving the croissants and the tarte aux abricots I discovered on the streets of Nice.
Let them eat cake
After visiting Colette, I finally understood Marie-Antoinette’s obsession with cakes and pastries.
Why I chose MIT
The more I read the blogs, the more I wanted to be a part of MIT.