Meet the Prefrosh
April showers bring the admitted Class of 2021 to MIT.
Pre-registration, CI-H/HW subjects, CPW event submission
Students must pre-register for spring subjects by 5 p.m. today or face an $85 late fee.
6 quick things to do to prepare for CPW
Are you panicking about the avalanche of event preparations crashing down on your shoulders?
Prefrosh? Read this!
In the midst of all the liquid nitrogen ice cream, puzzle hunts, and lock-picking, you should make sure to take time for self-reflection.
SafeRide CPW hours, Day of Action, blood drive
The SafeRide Shuttle program service will be extended until 3:30 a.m. for Campus Preview Weekend for two fixed-route SafeRide shuttles — the Boston East and Cambridge West/Brookline routes.
Welcome to CPW, Class of 2022!
The Tech interviews prospective students at CPW about what's awesome about MIT and themselves.
Rejection, boycotts: moving forward with mutual selection
Amidst the growing number of housing controversies that seem to jeopardize student culture without regard for student opinion, some students have been trying to take matters into their own hands to get the administration’s attention. Among these plans was a boycott of CPW to protest the new “design exercise,” which imposes restrictions on mutual selection and allows squatting for freshmen during the rooming process. While it is frustrating that the administration seems to hold little regard for student input, the CPW boycott and the narrative around housing changes have been binary and ineffective for all parties. To shed some light on the issue, I’ll share some of my experiences with REX, thoughts on the process, and suggestions for the administration and ourselves to sow a better conversation around housing changes.