Departing from games that glorify European conquest, “Promesa” helps players understand Puerto Rico as a modern-day colony.
Novelist Elizabeth Acevedo's work reflects the rich stories, traditions, and cultures of the Caribbean diaspora
MIT Reads event moderated by Nailah Smith ’22 delights MIT audience.
A new survey underscores how material needs lead to movement within the Americas — at a high cost to those trying to relocate.
The award will support development-oriented research through a Center for Innovation and Technology at Universidad del Valle de Guatemala.
Political science PhD student Emilia Simison has found that despotic regimes vary, and the move to democracy doesn’t necessarily guarantee policy change.
Guillermo Toral PhD '20 finds health care quality drops in months leading up to mayoral elections, and if the incumbent loses, the quality continues to fall.
IDSS will provide support to learners who take the MicroMasters Program in Statistics and Data Science.
MIT D-Lab and local community partners to deliver virtual trainings on making masks, hand sanitizer, vertical gardens, and portable chicken coops.