Stratton Student Center renewal plans “are on the verge” of receiving approval and construction will begin early next year, Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Community Involvement Gustavo Burkett wrote in a Nov. 9 email to occupants of the student center.
The Blood Moon sighting on Tuesday started the week with a beautiful natural spectacle that may have reset the abnormally warm period of last week. This week is expected to return to the cold and chill typical of November. Tropical storm Nicole has attained hurricane status and is expected to make landfall early Thursday, bringing heavy rain and strong winds to the northeast on the weekend. Not only that but the first blizzard of the season is also forecasted to hit the Northern Great Plains and Minnesota on Friday.
Nov. 11 is Veterans Day. No classes will take place.
Over the years at MIT working with countless chemical and physical hazards in my lab, I have come to learn first hand how MIT systematically neglects graduate worker health and safety. This all came to a head when I found myself in an ambulance after a chemical exposure, unsure if I would live or die.
Hearings held by the House Committee on Oversight and Reform in September reveal the failures of fossil fuel companies to live up to their pledges on reducing their environmental impact — and why we still have work to do.
Last fall, President Reif charged the provost, chancellor, and chair of the faculty to examine the state of freedom of expression on campus “on behalf of the community.” The process that led to the Freedom of Expression statement and report grossly failed President Reif’s call to “ensure that different points of view … are allowed to be heard and debated on our campus.”
The North End has countless Italian restaurants, but which one is truly worth the trip and carbs? Valuing authenticity, charm, and, of course, deliciousness, Carmelina’s checks all the boxes.
Developing strategies to lower the kidney discard rate and improve the kidney placement rate is one of the many problems MIT’s Blueprint Labs focuses on — it's an interdisciplinary group that uses economics- and data-oriented approaches to tackle problems in healthcare, education, and workforce policy.