October 17, 2014
Through the tragedies of last several months, we have often been reminded that MIT is a community that cares, that help is always available, and that seeking help is a sign of strength. And it is true that MIT has many excellent resources. However, it is also true that so many continue to see MIT as a place without a safety net.
October 14, 2014
When I first heard about the All Doors Open event, I was a little uncertain. I knew from my work in Student Support Services (S3) that our community was struggling to come to terms with a string of bad news, most recently the on-campus death of Phoebe Wang. We were given fifteen unstructured minutes, time to use however we chose. What would we make of it? My colleagues and I heard that some found the thought and experience of this undefined time awkward, long and intolerable. Others saw it as exactly what they needed.
October 10, 2014
On Monday, the Supreme Court refused to hear cases from five states seeking to keep their same-sex marriage bans in place, effectively handing a tacit victory to the gay rights movement. In keeping silent, the Court prevented the religious preferences of some from limiting the life choices of others.
- How fraternities should move forward (10/7/14; 3 comments)
- Fix HackMIT (10/3/14; 6 comments)
- Please, don’t buy the Apple Watch (10/3/14; 1 comment)
- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (10/3/14)
- Can fraternities be feminist? (9/30/14; 6 comments)
- GUEST COLUMN: The gravest threat to Greek life (9/30/14; 18 comments)
- GUEST COLUMN: Indiscriminate surveillance at MIT (9/12/14; 6 comments)
- On the ‘startup craze’ (9/12/14; 2 comments)
- Bike lanes on campus in need of redesign (9/9/14; 21 comments)
- Changes to drug and alcohol policies inconsistent and irrational (9/5/14; 2 comments)