Counterpoint is an MIT/Wellesley journal. They
welcome discussion of a wide variety of topics from all points of view.
- The Course Evaluation Guide
contains comprehensive student comments, numerical ratings, and
professor comments for MIT undergraduate classes. The Guide is a
student-run publication of the Undergraduate Association CEG
Fishwrap is MIT's newest and smallest
(personalized) newspaper. (MIT Athena only.) - MIT Media Lab,
Electronic Publishing Group
is an all-electronic journal that covers MIT student affairs issues.
This page offers back issues of Institvte and a clearinghouse of student
affairs information. Publisher - Institute Foundation
- The MIT Observer
RUNE - The MIT Journal of Arts and Letters
is an art and literature club which stimulates interaction among
the literary and artistic communities at MIT. They produce a
magazine each term comprised of photographs, paintings, computer art,
stories, essays, and poems by MIT students, faculty, and staff.
Technique, MIT's yearbook, attempts to capture a
year at MIT in 400 pages of photography and student
submissions. Technique's strong emphasis on the quality of their
photography has occasionally branded them as a photography club
posing as a yearbook. - H.R.H. Grogo Publications
Technology Review is published by the
Association of the Alumni and Alumnae of MIT. Technology Review
covers current and future developments in technology and
especially their implications for human affairs and the
environment in which they are conducted. - Association of
Alumni and Alumnae of MIT
The Tech is MIT's oldest and largest
newspaper. - The Tech
The Thistle is a newspaper wherein the
progressive and creative minds of MIT and the surrounding
community can share their work. - Alternative News
VooDoo is MIT's Journal of Humour, the only
intentionally humorous publication on the MIT campus. -
On the Air
The MIT Student Cable Group produces a wide range of
television programming available on MIT Cable Channel 36.
Students play every role in television production - from
direction to acting to technical work - on several continuing
shows, and anyone is welcome to create their own show.
- WMBR is MIT's
noncommercial, all volunteer radio station. Their signal can
be heard throughout the greater Boston area at 88.1 FM, 365
days a year, 18-22 hours per day.