Can you believe it’s November?
No, neither can I. Why is it so warm? I was walking across campus, basking in the sunlight, feeling so cozy that I caught myself on the thought of “wait, what month is it?” It is, in fact, November, and the sun is shining like half the semester hasn’t just passed us by. The whole of New England is in an abnormally warm period this week, with temperatures up to 20°F higher than the climatological average for this time of year.
Diep Luu named inaugural director of Institute Advising Center
Diep Luu will be the inaugural director of the new Institute Advising Center and associate dean in the Office of the Vice Chancellor (OVC) beginning Jan. 1, 2023, according to an Oct. 24 email from Vice Chancellor Ian Waitz.
MIT alumni can receive ID card to access campus buildings
In addition to access to non-residential buildings on campus, the ID provides alumni free entry at the MIT Museum, along with one free guest, and privileges at the Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center and MIT Libraries.
Half-term add date, senior portraits, veterans day
Nov. 4 is the last day to add half-term subjects offered in the second half of the term or to change grading methods for those subjects.
MIT must protect campus communities against hate speech and hostility
When academic departments give a platform and MIT funding to any speaker, the aegis of free speech does not relieve the department from the consequences of that speech.
Radical breakthroughs for climate change? First we must deploy existing technologies
We’re always thrilled when people use science-based tools like En-ROADS; however, En-ROADS does not support the claims Mr. Hafer and Mr. Miller make.
Flour versus Tatte: The ultimate food rivalry of Boston
Upon my arrival to MIT as a freshman and huge foodie, I discovered two popular cafe chains, Flour and Tatte, and I became determined to figure out which reigns supreme. From the food to the ambience and location, I wanted to fairly compare and contrast what each has to offer.