Come Home to College

April 19, 2016

It is common for students to feel homesick during their first few weeks of college. Sometimes it could be a difficult transition until something drastically changes that feeling into being homesick for college.

Housing, Student Groups


The Heart of Her MIT Experience

April 11, 2016

The scariest part of coming back after withdrawal is finding your place on campus again. As a sophomore, Yukino Nagai ‘18 had to make the difficult decision to temporarily suspend her education. It would be two and a half years before she would return to MIT.

Housing, Student Groups

New House

Gaining Community and Skills at New House

April 04, 2016

When you host over 750 events in several jam-packed days and invite admitted students to campus, this is what you would call a Campus Preview Weekend (CPW). CPW is where admitted students are immersed in the real culture of their school and where they find their home and place on campus.

Housing, Student Groups


Breaking the Bottleneck in BioTech Research

March 28, 2016

Balancing school and discovering other passions can be a challenge, but for many students, utilizing their time outside of school is where the potential of startups is born.

Student Groups


Humon Innovation to Maximize Human Performance

March 07, 2016

“If we could tell you one thing about your body right now that you don’t know today, what would you want to know?” 

Fitness, Student Groups

Students Build an Art Gallery Without Owning Property...or Art

March 07, 2016

At the very least to build an art gallery you must own art, but for MIT architecture graduate students, Marwan Aboudib, Kun Qian, and Tengja Liu that is not exactly how they went about it.

Student Groups


Global Relationships; Individual Impacts

February 29, 2016

An advice often given to new freshmen on campus is to get involved and find something you’re passionate about. That is exactly what Rafa Rahman ’16 did when she first arrived at MIT.   

Public Service, Student Groups

Shine teaches students math through dance

Turn the "I Can't" Around

February 22, 2016

Math and dance may seem like two completely unrelated things, but when you put the two together it forms a fun and innovative way to improve math skills and confidence of local middle school girls.

Public Service, Student Activities

MIT Centrifugues

One "U" Makes All the Difference

February 05, 2016

Fugue (/fyo͞oɡ/ )
Noun, plural noun: fugues
Music: a contrapuntal composition in which a short melody or phrase (the subject) is introduced by one part and successively taken up by others and developed by interweaving the parts.


Arts, Music, Student Groups