Items tagged with ‘MIT culture’
An alumnus of the class of 2007 writes, "Tech Squares is the square and round dance club of MIT, founded in 1967. Tech Squares dances high-energy modern ...
An MIT staff member writes, "Founded in 1935, the MIT Outing Club has been getting the MIT community into the wilds for three quarters of a century. On any ...
A current graduate student writes, "The Graduate Student Council (GSC) exists to enhance the overall graduate experience at MIT by promoting the general ...
An alumnus of the class of 1999 writes, "The large oak tree in the center of Bosworth Court at MIT's Senior House dormitory has sported a peculiar tire swing ...
An MIT Libraries staff member writes, "Founded in 1899, Technology Review (originally "The Technology Review") has been an important and influential ...
A community member writes, "The smoot is a unit of measurement and the man is the ...
An alumnus of the class of 1973 writes, "This annual guide to life at MIT, though written primarily by undergrads, is eagerly consulted by a broad ...
"The Chemical Maid," a poster for a Tech Show cabaret, shows the men of Course 10, Chemical Engineering, playing all parts in the show.
Can of the standard color of paint used by MIT facilities to paint walls, hallways, other Institute surfaces. Speaks of the aesthetics of MIT, andĀ of ...
One of MIT's most legendary hacks. The Harvard-Yale Football Game Hack consisted of a device for inflating a weather balloon, which was buried in the ground at ...