On November 14, Kappa Alpha Theta executed their fourteenth annual KATWalk, a fashion show that has been the sorority’s signature philanthropy event for the past five years.
There’s nothing quite like gazing off the peak of a mountain at the vast landscape to give some perspective.
  “Acknowledge that there’s a problem.” “Educate yourself with an open mind.”
The holidays at MIT are filled with festive happenings: dances, a cappella groups singing carols, even spontaneous free hot chocolate in the Student Center.
Many in the MIT community can look to a professor who made a significant impact on their education and their future.
  It requires hours of dedicated practice and training. Even then it demands complete devotion of mind and body.
“Each shot is the only shot. In this moment it is the only thing that exists.”
2017 Class Officers with Bill Swanson of Raytheon Members of the “connected” classes of 1967 and 2017 hosted a visit at Kresge Auditorium from former Raytheon CEO and chairman Bill Swanson, who spoke on the value of being a whole person, his personal thoughts on leadership, and … cooking?   Yes, cooking.
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.