Course 6 curriculum revisions presented by education officers
The main changes include changing all 3-digit numbers to 4-digit numbers.
Number of COVID-19 positive tests double last week
Nelson and Stuopis wrote that they “are strongly encouraging all students, staff, postdocs, faculty, and campus visitors to wear high-quality masks indoors.”
Last day of classes, final exams, move-out
The last day of classes for the Spring 2022 semester is May 10.
Overcast occasions only
In this final stretch of the semester, even the sky seems a little hosed and gloomy as we’ve been experiencing some showers and cloudy weather this week.
Wine nights and Mediterranean delights
Over spring break, we had the chance to tour Spain and the French Riviera, gorging ourselves on sangria, chuletón, churros, and everything in between.
Forgotten no more: the Asian Americans of MIT
The Asian American Initiative asked students to respond to the theme of solitude and solidarity.
New ‘Fantastic Beasts’ better than its predecessor but suffers from predictability
While the movie promises to be a thriller, Harry Potter fans will find the plot predictable.
When you aren’t, and then you are
Life changing, yet subtly, gently, pushing you toward the next big moment in your life.
I never fully signed onto a full-time job at the Massachusetts Tool or Die Company (a nickname we used in the early ’70s). Sometimes, I went entire Sundays without doing any tooling, not even a problem set. Instead, I was fully invested in my student activities: The Tech and the MIT radio station (then WTBS, now WMBR).