“I’ll have an idea for a tune, and then I’ll have to think about where I can take it next, just like in a math problem,” says the MIT senior.
Leveraging research done on campus, student-run MIT Driverless partners with industry collaborators to develop and test autonomous technologies in real-world racing scenarios.
SWE members develop innovative and creative ways to maintain programming during the pandemic.
When Covid-19 forced Edgerton Center student teams off campus, the engineers found their problem-solving skills put to the test.
Student singers offer a night of good music and high-energy performances online.
Syncopasian, MIT's premier East Asian a cappella group, produced a Zoom-themed video to keep music alive during quarantine.
“We volunteered because we thought it would be a great opportunity to give back to the MIT community in a time of necessity,” says Nathan Han.
Chalk of the Day, an MIT student group, draws beautiful daily works of art on the chalk wall in Building 32.
Its former location, Building 44 on Vassar Street, will soon become the new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.