The UA went on to say that the posters and their content “do not align with UA values,” as their key values include “diversity, equity, and inclusion.”
Since coming to MIT in January, President Sally Kornbluth has stated that she would like to learn about the current state of the Institute through the perspectives of current students, staff and faculty through a listening tour.
The Stratton Student Center (W20) was officially closed to students and the public for renovations on Apr. 16. The center was previously closed indefinitely in February due to water pipe explosions.
LaVerde’s Market, located in the Stratton Student Center (W20), officially closed on Apr. 17 after over three decades of service.
I understand that not everyone will agree with the message or method of the postering campaign, and I accept this fact and respect it. Despite the controversy behind the postering campaign, I remain supportive of its intentions.
The amount of active harm Spicer has done in the process of trying to accomplish his goals on the freedom of expression massively outweighs any benefit which could have been gained by students.
If you’re a reader, you’ve probably heard of the author Taylor Jenkins Reid: her novels have taken the literary world by storm, gripping TikTok, Instagram, and Youtube.
Despite its absurdist premise — Kurt works in a rundown shipping facility the size of Manhattan and the height of the Empire State Building, is accompanied by a robot drone with a Scottish accent, and dispatches the most whimsical products imaginable — The Last Worker takes itself as seriously as much as any story can.