June 13, 2018
MIT plans to team up with the Association of Independent Living Group (AILG) members to address deferred maintenance and repair of living facilities.
June 04, 2018
Finals week is a stressful time for many of our students, but on a sunny Friday in May, the community puts studying aside for a few hours of food, games, music, and more at the MIT Day of Play.
Wellness and Support, Recreation
May 15, 2018
MIT students are known for asking big questions that forever change the world of science.
Culture & Tradition
April 27, 2018
Following a two-year process that started with a review of existing dining data, a selection committee of students, faculty heads of house, and staff from the Division of Student Life (DSL) has selected Compass Group and its subsidiaries Bon Appétit and Restaurant Associates to take on the new, expa
Undergraduate, Housing, Dining, Graduate
April 20, 2018
On a quiet Sunday afternoon, unsuspecting MIT community members strolled down Vassar Street by Simmons Hall. As they looked into its dining hall windows, it was not snacking students they saw, but rather a crowd dressed in pastel tutus, feather boas, and propeller hats.
Student Activities, Recreation
April 19, 2018
The MIT Interfraternity Council was recognized with an Amy Vojta Impact Award for their risk management efforts at the 2018 Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) Annual Conference over the weekend of February 24.
Conflict Management, Student Groups, Leadership, FSILG
April 13, 2018
After receiving feedback from diners about its operating hours, Rebecca’s Late Night Café in Walker Memorial’s (Building 50) Pritchett Dining Hall is now open from 3-11 pm, Monday through Friday.
March 28, 2018
This year, MIT has officially become a member of the Hazing Prevention Consortium (HPC), a multi-university organization dedicated to creating a culture of inclusiveness through data-driven policies and education.
Student Citizenship, Leadership, FSILG
March 20, 2018
Recent survey data show that 2-8 percent of MIT graduate students and as many as 13 percent of MIT undergraduates do not have enough to eat. And the problem is not unique to MIT: other similar schools report that about 20 percent of their students struggle with food insecurity.
Wellness and Support, Undergraduate, Dean for Student Life, Dining, Graduate