December 07, 2015
May 06, 2015
April 18, 2017
“No matter what hand someone’s dealt in life, don’t let anyone tell you. . .you can’t play, or something is impossible,” said world-renowned card manipulator Richard Turner to the MIT and Greater Boston community on February 25.
Student Activities, Student Groups
April 12, 2017
Last month, MIT students, faculty, and staff celebrated the second annual Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) week from March 6–10.
Wellness and Support, Student Activities
April 11, 2017
The 2016–17 fall and winter athletic seasons proved highly successful for the MIT Engineers as teams, coaches, and students alike earned numerous awards and honors.
Athletics, Varsity Athletics, Sports, DAPER
March 22, 2017
Every Tuesday morning a small group of MIT faculty, staff, and students shuffle through the MIT Chapel doors and mingle quietly until 8:30 a.m. arrives. The organ then starts playing that week’s musical selection, and everyone takes their seats.
Religious Life, Spiritual Support, Interfaith
March 22, 2017
For over four decades, the Independent Activities Period (IAP) has provided members of the MIT community with a unique opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities.
Student Activities, ROTC, Leadership
March 17, 2017
The Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living Groups (FSILG) Office sponsored a retreat for new leaders at MIT’s Endicott House in Dedham, MA, on Saturday, February 4.
Student Groups, Leadership, FSILG
March 01, 2017
Survey designed with input from students, faculty, and staff; gives enrolled students opportunity to express opinions about MIT experience.
Vice President and Dean for Student Life Suzy Nelson has invited all enrolled undergraduate and graduate students to share their thoughts on the MIT student experience by participating in the 2017 Student Quality of Life (SQL) survey.
Undergraduate, Dean for Student Life, Graduate
February 24, 2017
Faculty invited to learn more at informational reception on March 8
In 1933, Dr. Avery Allen Ashdown PhD ’24 was named the first housemaster in MIT’s residential system. He took up residence in a complex of buildings dubbed Graduate House (later renamed Senior House), and shaped the burgeoning community by identifying 46 graduate students to live in the dorm. So began the MIT tradition of faculty heads of house.
February 10, 2017
MIT senior leads diverse projects to help women and students in developing countries.
Kate Telma | MIT News correspondent
Public Service, PKG Center