ViewpointWhich one thing is MIT’s campus most in need of?
Heather R. Crooks ’00
Tuyet-Trinh T. Phan ’00
Ian K. Ferguson ’00
More benches in the hallways and moregarbage cans.
Gerda R. Nolan ’00
More restaurants and bike racks.
Charatpong Chotigavanich G
Lucy Fang ’00
For me what is required is a greater cohesiveness not only between dormitories but between faculty and students -- even if it is just an awareness of cohesiveness. So maybe a better support network or better awareness of what is available out there.
Oluwamuyiwa O. Olubuyide ’00
Sports facilities that don’t hurt the athletes. For example the indoor track gives the runners shin splints. We have to have some fun without pain.
Natalie T. Smith ’00
Compiled by Katie Jeffreys