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

Camp Kesem

At Camp Kesem, Camper and Counselor Both Learn

February 05, 2016

Camp Kesem is the only national not-for-profit organization servicing the children of cancer patients.

Public Service, Student Groups

Roadkill Buffet

How An Odd-Sounding Student Club Fosters MIT’s Ideals

February 05, 2016

“The idea here is that you can take any idea, give it no limits, and produce something that is awesome.”

Student Activities, Arts

Experimental Theater Company

Students Play with Scientific Theories through Theater

January 19, 2016

This fall Sami Harper ‘16 combined her passion with entrepreneurial spirit to found the student-run Experimental Theater Company (ETC). Since the young age of five, Harper has been acting and singing and knew she wanted to continue to follow these passions after high school.


Recent poster for the ACEC, designed by Victoria Wei

Synergy of Creative Inspiration and Scientific Imagination

January 04, 2016

Francesca Majluf ‘17 is the President of MIT’s Arts Curation and Exhibition Club (ACEC)  in McCormick Hall.

Arts, Student Activities, Student Groups