November 07, 2017
June 26, 2017
January 18, 2018
It is well-known that MIT students are academically exceptional. What is less known is how well-rounded, creative, and artistic they are.
Undergraduate, Student Groups, Arts, Music, Culture & Tradition, Graduate, Athletics
May 19, 2017
MIT is well known for the prowess of its graduates in science and engineering—but not filmmaking. That may be changing with younger grads like Arthur Musah '04 MEng. '05. During his undergraduate career, Musah studied Course 6.
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.
December 07, 2016
Thanks to a cooperative effort between the Division of Student Life and the Graduate Student Council (GSC), graduate students will have more flexibility when applying for campus housing, or when departing from or returning to housing for leaves of absence.
September 07, 2016
It’s a hot, sunny day in August 2015, and the city of Portland, Oregon plays host to the annual Red Bull Flugtag competition.
Student Activities, Student Groups, Graduate