Approaching the end of the fall season
Winter storms aren’t here quite yet, but make sure to bundle up and have winter supplies on hand as you brace for the end of the fall semester.
Brent D. Ryan and Anne White named as new associate provosts
The associate provosts will work in conjunction with Barnhart “to support Dr. Kornbluth’s initiatives and priorities related to research administration and space management and campus planning.”
YouTuber, engineer, and inventor Mark Rober to deliver Class of 2023 Commencement address
Rober is “excited to come out and meet the Class of 2023 and celebrate all the amazing, positive change they’re going to bring to the world.”
Winterfest, last day of classes, final exams
Winterfest 2022 is Dec. 8.
A one-time payment can’t address an ongoing crisis
On Oct. 19, MIT’s administration sent an email announcing a “special one-time payment” of $1,500, pre-tax, for some eligible employees, which MIT will provide in response to concerns about inflation and the financial challenges it has posed. We are grateful for the payment; however, MIT employees need real relief in the form of a cost-of-living adjustment to our salaries.
A perfect blend of action and folklore rooted in Indian culture
‘Kantara’ captivates the audience with its gripping screenplay, mythological backdrop, and a perfect blend of action and folklore, emphasizing the interconnections between humans and Mother Nature.
Walking the Boston Marathon for cancer research
Little did I know at the time, this experience would be one of the most unique and memorable experiences of my entire life.
Well, FML for digging myself a hole that makes it nearly impossible to find a path towards a better life for myself.