Students expand intellectual horizons and leadership skills at dinner-seminars with MIT faculty.
Chalk of the Day, an MIT student group, draws beautiful daily works of art on the chalk wall in Building 32.
When we appreciate calligraphy works in class, we also analyze the life experiences and stories of each calligrapher’s unique style.
The book publisher continues to produce intellectually daring, scholarly work.
Transportation, communication, development, and social interaction are explored through the lens of the urban.
MIT PhD student George Lordos and his brother Alexandros led the project; goal of the Mars Society competition was to establish a colony on Mars for 1,000 residents.
With “In Event of Moon Disaster,” the MIT Center for Advanced Virtuality aims to educate the public on deepfakes with an alternative history of the moon landing.
This season of musical performances features a range of Boston premieres and diverse collaborations.