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Relax and unwind before the finals with Tang Hall's End-of-Term Social.
Hangout with fellow graduate students while enjoying a breathtaking view of the Charles river and the Boston skyline.
There will be snacks, hot drinks and a sumptuous dinner.
Beginners are always welcome to come by and observe a practice or join us on the mat.
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 followers of Jesus at MIT for another semester together. Undergrad and grad students welcomed. Join us in the lower level of Building W11-080 in the Christian Fellowship Lounge. Enter go downstairs, turn left. Sponsored by baptists. All are welcome!
The December Meeting of the Muddy Charles Pub Board of Governors will occur on December 10th, 2014 from 6-8pm in 50-220.
Come take a well-deserved break from studying. Games include Monopoly, Scrabble, cards, Uno, and more. Feel free to bring games you own. There will be free snacks and drinks.
Join MIT Friends of Israel and Student Leaders from around campus (TCC, Fossil Free MIT, Global Poverty Initiative, and more) as they discuss together the challenges they each face on campus in regards to being an engaged and active leader and motivating participation from the general campus populat
Monthly meeting of the Graduate Student Council's Legislative Action Subcommittee
Please join us for the Math Department's Winter Social!
A variety of delicious food and beverages will be served!
Greetings, snowriders! This semester is finishing and snow season has arrived. For the end year holidays and a break from midterm studies, please join us at Muddy Charles on 12/10th Wed 5:00pm with delicious food from Blue Ribbon. (Note: you must bring 21+ government issued ID)
Please join us for a lecture series from the MIT Mining, Oil, and Gas (MOG) club featuring Prof. Matthew Amengual from Sloan talking about "Mining, Communities, Conflict, and Development in Bolivia: Notes from the Field." *Food will be provided*.
As the holiday season begins and fall classes end, President and Mrs. Reif invite the MIT community to a celebration of Winterfest, with hot apple cider, eggnog and a bounty of holiday treats
Group members Maria, Siria, Berenice and Mayra will show us how to decorate your own Christmas wreath. Wreath and decoration will be provided. Just bring your imagination and cookies for the exchange!
6.811: Principles and Practice of Assistive Technology (PPAT) is a 12-unit, interdisciplinary, project-based course in which small teams of students work closely with a person with a disability in the Cambridge area to develop a practical product or solution that helps them live more independently.
Medieval to Modern Carols--Not the Ones You Know!
MIT's a cappella staff and student choral group presents a selection of music from the Middle Ages to the present focused on celebration and storytelling.
A multimedia excursion into the history of artificial intelligence at MIT.
Ingenious, philosophical, and witty kinetic sculptures that are beloved by all who see them.
Since the Industrial Revolution, cities and industry have grown and evolved together. Despite this shared past, popular notions of urban industry tend to focus on the negative aspects of manufacturing: pollution, environmental degradation, and the exploitation of labor caused by industry.
The Annual Plant Sale, sponsored by the MIT Endicott House, has been RESCHEDULED to THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11 in Lobby 10. A selection of flowering plants, perennials, herbs, planters and holiday gifts will be offered for sale. All items are reasonably priced and nurtured at our greenhouse.