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The Graduate Student Council holds a number of meetings including the monthly General Council Meeting. These meetings are the forums in which initiatives are begun, resolutions are passed, and updates are given, among other things.
An informal meeting where we design and build the layout and run trains. Visitors welcome. Students welcome to join the club. (Club members go to dinner between 6:30 and 7:30, room may be empty at that time.)
Ingenious, philosophical, and witty kinetic sculptures that are beloved by all who see them.
MIT's wide-ranging impact on computer science is the focus of an exhibit in the Libraries' Maihaugen Gallery. From Project Whirlwind to Project Athena, MIT's numerous contributions to the science of computing have affected society in ways no one could have imagined a century ago.
A multimedia excursion into the history of artificial intelligence at MIT.
Hans Scharoun (1893-1972) is known today for architecture of profound humanism and expressionism.
The MIT Ventureships club connects your startup with talented MIT students. For one semester, these students will work closely with you to help solve some of the important issues facing your company. Each company will build a team of 2~4 students.
Boston band Harris Hawk will play live from Studio A on Pipeline! http://harrishawk.bandcamp.com/
- Join us for another MIT Comedy Night, with headliner Tim McIntire (Boston Comedy Festival, NPR).
- Hosted by Andrew Durso, featuring Ethan Marsh, Alingon Mitra, Scott Oddo, Christa Weiss, Jeffrey Wiles.
- Snacks and soda provided. Presented by the Thirsty Ear Executive Committee.
Come out and celebrate Canada's 147th birthday at the Canada Day BBQ!! We will be serving a delicious BBQ main course, along with some special Canadian goodies! There will be prizes for the best Canadian dress, so break out your red and white. Hope to see you all there!