September 12, 2014
In the Stata Center, the doors to enter the building and then to enter the lab areas are opened by RFID cards (I call them “pox cards”) instead of metal keys. When the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) moved into Stata in 2004, the MIT administration decided, without consulting the personnel of CSAIL, to make the system log which cards are used to open which doors and when.
September 12, 2014
Many students and other members of the MIT community have spent time working in Silicon Valley. While doing so, it is hard not to notice a “startup craze,” a natural product of a city with such a large proportion of entrepreneurs. One often hears (or overhears) questions like, “Do you think my idea is good?” or, “Do you want to be my CTO?” Socializing sometimes feels less like personal interaction than a networking opportunity.
September 9, 2014
Used by students, staff, and faculty to shuttle around campus, cycling has become an integral part of MIT’s transportation network. While bike racks, service stations, and lanes are very common, there remain key issues which must be brought to the attention of the Office of Campus Planning and the greater cycling community to improve the safety and efficiency of bicycling.
- Changes to drug and alcohol policies inconsistent and irrational (9/5/14; 1 comment)
- GUEST COLUMN: New hazing policy has concerning implications (9/5/14; 16 comments)
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR (8/6/14)
- Sacrificing economics for politics (7/9/14; 1 comment)
- The USA might be there for you … depending on the circumstances (7/9/14; 4 comments)
- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (7/9/14)
- Law and Order in the skies (6/13/14; 1 comment)
- GUEST COLUMN: Blocking attrition (6/6/14; 5 comments)
- It’s time for the Institute to divest from fossil fuels (5/13/14; 10 comments)
- An open letter from a graduating senior (5/13/14; 2 comments)