MIT Faculty Newsletter  
Vol. XXXI No. 2
November / December 2018
MIT Entanglement with Saudi Monarchy
Requires Independent Evaluatio
Ethical Obligations of Universities
in Their Transnational Engagements
The MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman
College of Computing
Ethics and Liberal Arts in the
Schwarzman College of Computing
Update on Construction Across Campus
Lamenting MIT's New Web Portal
On The Transition to Retirement
Hypothesizing About Stephen Hawking
Questioning the New MIT Website
Faculty Policy Committee
Committee on the Undergraduate Program
Committee on Campus Planning
Most Popular Undergraduate Majors
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Questioning the New MIT Website


To The Faculty Newsletter:

I am a long-time subscriber and a reader of the MIT publications and journals. I have read the Institute's online publications for a long time and also have provided online feedback about website improvement. Being an international subscriber, I have found that the university has reduced RSS feeds by a major percentage and for that we miss a lot of important notifications. The previous website had lots of sub-feeds that were useful in website navigation and information gathering, but as of your new website it has become time-constraint in looking for data on sub-topics on the site. Due to restrictions in availing  publication of your university activities, I am interested in seeking  to avail your printed publication for general reading. 

Looking for your communication in this regard.

Arijit Mukherjee

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