Even in the wake of high-profile cases involving athletes and other celebrities, Courtney Diamond ‘17 of MIT’s Alpha Chi Omega chapter believes domestic violence doesn’t get the attention or focus it deserves.
This past Saturday, the MIT football team participated in Coach to Cure MD in order to promote awareness and raise funds for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy research.
MIT’s investment in online education is transforming how the Institute teaches and how students learn.
The MIT Chapel has served the MIT community for close to six decades - and is now the focus of a substantial renewal effort that is scheduled to begin on Monday, September 15 and conclude in February 2015.
The Association of Independent Living Groups (AILG) welcomed close to 100 FSILG alumni, support staff, Institutional dignitaries and students to its annual dinner at the MIT Museum on June 11.
The Division of Student Life (DSL) held its annual Infinite Mile Awards Luncheon on May 29 in Walker Memorial Hall, to celebrate a year spent serving MIT students, and to recognize a multitude of staff accomplishments. In total, 46 individuals were named in in eight award categories.  
The MIT chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi has raised more than $25,000 for Save a Child’s Heart, which identifies children from developing countries with potentially fatal-but treatable-heart conditions, flies them to Israel, and provides life-saving heart surgeries.
The MIT Hobby Shop is a hub of innovation, learning and collaboration. The 4,000-square-foot facility is home to hundreds of patented inventions and innovative projects from MIT students, faculty and alumni.  
Alumni, staff and students gathered in Walker Memorial Hall Saturday evening on April 26 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Independent Residence Development Fund.
Student leaders, plus several alumni and FSILG Office staff presented nearly 25 awards.