Class of 2023 attends Disorientation Sept. 22
Disorientation for the Class of 2023 took place at the New England Aquarium 7–11 p.m. Sept.22.
MIT hosts first in-person Fall Career Fair in three years
The in-person Fall Career Fair was held in the Johnson Athletic Center Sept. 23. The event was organized by MIT Career Advising and Professional Development (CAPD) and the student career fair committee.
Flu clinic, PE registration, add date
All students are required to receive flu vaccines before Nov. 18 in order to access buildings and register for Spring 2023 and IAP.
Harvest of memories
Despite the occasional rain in the evening, this week is a mix of sunshine and clouds. In Boston, the temperature is consistently in the sixties, allowing a nice stroll along the esplanade. However, a storm system is moving up the east coast possibly bringing us strong gusts of wind. Hurricane Ian made landfall, yesterday in Florida as a category 4 storm, and during the rest of the week, it is projected to move up to Virginia.
Open letter on open campus access
We write as more than 2000 MIT students, alumni, faculty, staff, affiliates, community members, and neighbors who strongly disagree with the recent decision to maintain a closed campus at MIT going forward. While reasonable precautions were necessary during the pandemic before full vaccinations were available, closing MIT’s campus will diminish the openness which makes MIT the vibrant, collaborative, forward-thinking place that it is.
Mental health must be top priority
Your mental health is more important than getting an A, submitting a conference paper, or hitting your degree milestones on time. This is your only life.