The first day of Campus Preview Weekend (CPW) has concluded. It is the second in-person CPW since the start of the pandemic, and one of the hottest in recent memory.
Thursday brought record-breaking heat to the Boston area, as temperatures of 88°F were recorded at Logan airport, topping the previous record for the day of 86°F set in 1977. Unluckily for those who enjoy the heat (and luckily for those who don’t), temperatures will be dropping this weekend as rain begins to move in. Starting on Friday afternoon, temperatures will remain relatively mild, most likely not exceeding the 50s and not going below the 40s. Clouds will move in on Saturday and chances for rain will begin that night, so make sure to bring your umbrellas while you’re out and about enjoying the CPW festivities!
According to an email from MIT Institute Events, the Inauguration events for President Sally Kornbluth, MIT’s 18th president, are set to take place on Friday, April 29, and Monday, May 1, 2023.
MIT admitted 1,259 out of 26,913 applicants via early and regular action applications for the Class of 2027. This was a 20% decrease in the number of applicants from the previous year.
Boston Strangler not only manages to keep the audience engaged through its tight storyline based on the Strangler murders but also exposes the rampant sexism faced by female journalists who tried to uncover the mystery of these crimes.