Graduate students “paint an overwhelmingly pro-union picture,” with 62 percent in support, according to the committee’s email detailing the survey results.
Panelists discussed the benefits and disadvantages of carbon pricing legislation, which places a fee on carbon dioxide emissions to incentivize the innovation and adoption of environmentally friendly technology and business practices.
The low number of people who request dorm transfers “speaks highly of the process in the previous spring and fall, especially for incoming students,” the DSL director of communications said.
Due to ongoing eruption at certain parts of Kilauea Volcano and the lapse in government funding, portions of Volcanoes National Park were closed for visitor safety. MIT students who were there had to relocate.
Until they reopen, customers can visit their new location on 159 First Street: its opening was announced via Twitter Jan 25.
The Cambridge precincts with the largest increases in voter turnout were the two that encompass most of MIT’s residence halls, according to MITVote2017 chair Davi da Silva.
The Economics Department's symposium included three panel discussions that largely focused on major policy issues in the Trump era.
“I was surprised to learn that speculation by someone who said they had no knowledge of the process was even being reported," Lander wrote.
Cambridge mayor Marc McGovern corrects previous misinformation on possible Trader Joe's redevelopment. The property owners have in fact decided to keep the grocery store on Memorial Drive open.
Two years after its initial publication, a committee reviews the successes and challenges in implementing MIT's Climate Action Plan.
Students must pre-register for spring subjects by 5 p.m. today or face an $85 late fee.
MIT relies on investment income, which accounted for 31 percent of MIT’s total campus revenues during the last fiscal year, to support its programs.
“We are presenting some new facts as part of the motion to reopen the case,” John Bennett, a member of Rodriguez's legal team, said.