The cool days and freezing nights that the Boston area has seen earlier this week are bound to take a break as a warm front will be moving in, bringing temperatures 5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit above average for this time of the year. The relief will be short-lived, however: a nor’easter will bring light to moderate rain and gusty winds this weekend, with rapidly dropping temperatures. Afterwards, more typical November temperatures will return, with mostly clear skies.
MITHenge occurred from Nov. 10 to Nov. 13. During MITHenge, the setting sun aligns with the Infinite Corridor’s entire length, a hallway approximately 823 feet long. This phenomenon occurs at two different times each year — once around November 11 and January 31.
All meals will be served at Maseeh Dining Hall; meals will be available from Jan. 7 to Feb. 2.
"The exact price of the one rate was not discussed in detail, but it would likely be a new blended rate tied to the financial aid allowance," Friedrich wrote.
At 10:43 P.M. Nov. 9, President Sally Kornbluth sent an email to the MIT community regarding a protest and counterprotest that occurred in Lobby 7 and the Infinite Corridor. According to Kornbluth, the administration “informed all protestors that they must leave the lobby area within a set time, or they would be subject to suspension.” In an email from Vice Chancellor and Dean for Student Life Suzy Nelson dated Nov. 9, protestors were instructed “to not disrupt living, working, and learning spaces at MIT,” and protest in “only approved protest venues.”
Exactly fifty years after his crime film Mean Streets debuted in 1973, with a dozen award-winning films under his belt, Martin Scorsese has come as close to perfect job security as artists get — for better and for worse.
The original play is set in Messina, on the island of Sicily, but the ensemble chose to set the show in 1970s New York City, post-Stonewall, in order to explore the concepts of internalized homophobia and second-wave feminism.
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But the main attraction of this walk is the abundance of couples. Couples holding hands, Couples linked arm in arm. Walking in front of me, a lady in a denim jacket rests her head on a dude a clean head taller than her in a pastel long-sleeve shirt, gotta be Vineyard Vines.
Siddhu Pachipala ’27 intends to study Course 17 (political science) at MIT. He believes there is a need to become fluent in both the languages of science and politics in order to change the world for the better. He sat down with The Tech to discuss his journey from a psychology researcher to an aspiring politician.