MIT Banana Lounge reinstates 24/7 access
The request for 24/7 tap access was based on “historical precedent” and aligned with “student access to other spaces, such as departmental student lounges,” Lim wrote.
‘MIT: REGRESSIONS’ sparks debate over the Institute’s past and future
In many ways, the history of MIT pictured in REGRESSIONS mirrors broader sociopolitical forces in the U.S.
Building access survey, half-term finals, flu shots
Community members may fill in a survey on MIT’s building access policies sent to their emails before it closes Oct. 14.
Mild weather maintains, mostly
A cold front is moving over Cambridge and preparing to dump some heavy rain and gusts tonight into Friday.
A Blue Ribbon takeover
Blue Ribbon Sushi, the first of three Blue Ribbon restaurants to open in Kenmore Square, offers excellent fish and elegant preparation in a casual sushi bar atmosphere.
Inspiring a new generation of justice-centered video game designers
“[Making a game for social justice] is a lot more than just showing an image of a person having to make choices in their life and pointing out how hard their life is, because that is just upholding one image of what it means to be a Black or Brown person rather than allowing for more representation or power. I don't want a Brown face in a game that has no Brown people behind it. I want to write that game.”