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Come on down to the Thirsty Ear and party like a rock star! Serenade us with song you sing in the shower! Pub opens at 7:30, Karaoke starts at 9.
21+ w/ govt & MIT photo ID only. Please have ID ready to show at door.
The Veritas Forum is an annual dialogue between thinking scientists from different faith traditions on topics related to life's biggest questions.
Join MIT List Visual Arts Center staff for a mindful, artful workshop that aims to reduce stress by looking, discussing, and sketching. Take a moment for self-care and join in this study break to spend time in the galleries with museum staff and students.
Silent meditation in the MIT Chapel hosted by the Buddhist Students Club. Cushions will be provided
Aikido is a Martial art that emphasizes blending with the attacker, rather than confronting the attacker with hard techniques such as punches and kicks.
- Join the Technology and Policy Student Society for jovial informal discussions of technology policy!
- There will be pizza for meat lovers and vegetarians alike!
- Co-sponsored by the GSC Funding Board.
- Open to MIT community.
MTA Composer Forum presents: Daniel Thomas Davis. Hearing Voices: Vocal Subjectivity in Recent Concert and Theatrical Works by Daniel Thomas Davis.
For 20 years we have provided a FREE English conversation class for international students, scholars and spouses at MIT. Come make friends, exchange culture and help make the world a better place.
Join us for this opportunity to discuss Christian beliefs or ask questions about the Bible in simple English for international friends, spouses, seekers or friends. (Every Thursday at noon when MIT class is in session)
Dealing with questions like; where do stereotypes about Jews come from?, why do Jews eat lox?, the uniqueness of American Judaism, Judaism as a culture, and the like. First discussion: A Jewish president?
--Lunch will be served
Kimberly Hula - reading (very) short stories
The culmination of a major project by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, this exhibition presents a body of work that looks at the history of online spam and scamming through film, sculpture, photography, and installation.
International scholars, students, spouses join us for a look at the message of the Bible & practice English at the same time. No need for previous study. Join us weekly on Thursdays.
Working Group subcommittee co-chairs will make presentations toward recruitment of new members.
The meeting is open to all support staff.
Letterlocking Workshop. Signed, Sealed, & Undelivered: Unlocking the secrets of the De Brienne Postal Archive
17th-century postal chest filled with an extraordinary archive: 2600 "locked"letters, none of which were ever delivered.
MIT's Centenary exhibition (March 1 - Sept. 6) includes rarely seen architectural drawings, photographs, interviews and artifacts showing the dramatic impact that the design and building of MIT has had on the physical, economic and social development of Cambridge.
MIT was one of the initial occupants of Boston's Back Bay in the 1860s, but within 40 years there was little vacant acreage for the maturing Institute to acquire in the rapidly developing neighborhood. By the early 20th century MIT began to explore in earnest for a new site.
View holograms from the Museum's collections, the largest in the world. Discover how holograms are made at interactive stations designed to illuminate this dynamic photographic technique.
Ingenious, philosophical, and witty kinetic sculptures that are beloved by all who see them.
A multimedia excursion into the history of artificial intelligence at MIT; includes Kismet, the world's first sociable robot designed by MIT Professor Cynthia Breazeal.