The “semester and a half” Aaronson spent in BC prior to the COVID-19 pandemic “was just incredibly impactful,” she recalled.
The Ad Hoc Working Group on Free Expression has proposed a statement of principle on freedom of expression and academic expression; the statement was released to the MIT community Sept. 1.
President L. Rafael Reif welcomed the Class of 2026 to MIT with a Convocation address Monday, Aug. 29. The Convocation ceremony was hosted on the Kresge lawn in front of the Stratton Student Center.
Miller was “surprised by the announcement” because “it didn’t align with where [he] thought the conversation was with the administration.”
The Banana Lounge team dormspammed a poll March 18 asking students if they wanted 24/7 access to the Lounge, to which 97.9% of respondents indicated yes.
Tea-Do will be open seven days a week, with service from 11 a.m.–9 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and from 11 a.m.–10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
The deadline for continuing students to pre-register for fall classes is 5 p.m. at August 25.
MIT Medical Director Cecilia Stuopis wrote in an August 3 email to students that MIT “strongly encourages” students to take a COVID-19 test within 48 hours of coming on campus, preferably before arrival.
The building will feature new floor platforms to provide high-bay program space and allow natural light to penetrate core building areas.
Commencement weekend features OneMIT ceremony for Class of 2022 and in-person celebration for Classes of 2020 and 2021
“When we look at the COVID-19 response, we see we had good science, but not so good politics and public policy,” Okonjo-Iweala said.
Beginning June 17, MIT will no longer offer observed PCR testing at the MIT Medical Trailer.