In a Q&A, the MIT junior describes how all the pieces fell into place as he captured the “Tetris” world title.
The Undergraduate Association Sustainability Committee repurposes items for good causes — and discovers a few hidden gems — following a burst pipe in W20.
Undergraduate engineering and computer science programs are No. 1; undergraduate business program is No. 2.
Held annually at MIT, the PIKSI-Boston program brings together students from groups underrepresented in the field of philosophy.
For Interphase EDGE/x participants, a life-sized Barbie-themed TARDIS prompts reflections on social norms.
Each semester, students help Boston-area organizations with technical needs — pro bono.
The first cohort of interns reflects a range of political science talent and potential.
Fusion Undergraduate Scholars (FUSars) program offers students in-depth research opportunities in fusion science and energy.
Graduating seniors honored for their excellence in the liberal arts.
A collaboration between MIT and Miami-Dade County has students working with city planning officials to understand why people wait patiently for a bus — and why they bail.