MIT prides itself on demanding the very best for all members of our community: students, staff and faculty. Our mission, after all, is to serve the nation and the world and to contribute to the “betterment of mankind.” With a charge as lofty as that, life at MIT—academic and otherwise—can be challenging. As Henry Kissinger once famously pointed out, “A diamond is only a chunk of coal that is made good under pressure.” You’re here because you are exceptional, and every day you are pushed to be more exceptional—by yourself, by your peers, by faculty...
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