MIT’s Lobby 10 to be renamed in honor of fallen veterans
November 8, 2013Already home to war memorials, central campus location to get official new name: ‘Memorial Lobby.’
It’s not too late to protect yourself against the flu
October 21, 2013Even if you missed the two walk-in clinics on campus this month, you can still contact MIT Medical to get a flu shot.
From Katmandu to Cambridge
October 16, 2013Nepalese doctor learns about U.S. healthcare system at MIT Medical
Fighting for social justice
October 14, 2013With U.S. history and constitutional law on his mind, senior Cory Hernandez envisions a society that welcomes all — starting with MIT.
Task Force on the Future of MIT Education works toward preliminary report this fall
October 7, 2013Hundreds of members of the MIT community — including more than half of the faculty — have weighed in on the topic.
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Kendall Square initiative moves toward design phase
August 20, 2013Urban-design firm to be selected; community meetings will be set for fall.
Edmund Bertschinger appointed as Institute Community and Equity Officer
June 20, 2013Physicist has a long track record of leadership on issues of community, equity, inclusion and diversity.
MIT Medical offers a warm welcome to a cold Commencement
June 14, 2013
Despite the rain, a sunny outlook for 2013 graduates
June 7, 2013Friends and families sit through steady rain to watch graduates receive their diplomas.
Information on this week’s Commencement activities
June 4, 2013MIT advises graduates, guests to expect increased security measures for ceremonies on Thursday and Friday.
School of Engineering honors staff with Infinite Mile Awards
May 23, 201313th annual ceremony recognizes outstanding employee contributions.
MIT visiting scientist Kanako Miura, 36, dies while bicycling in Boston
May 22, 2013'She truly became an integral part of the CSAIL community.'