OrigaMIT is MIT's original origami club, which exists to promote, practice and teach origami folding, analysis and design.
Does gravity affect everything at the same rate? An experiment to explain gravity.
Thousands of friends and family members packed Killian Court on June 8, 2012, for MIT’s 146th Commencement exercises.
Thousands of friends and family members packed Killian Court today for MIT’s 146th Commencement exercises.
At MIT, advanced degree candidates receive their doctoral hoods in a separate ceremony held the day before Commencement.
Profile video of Nikolai Begg, 2013 $30,000 winner of the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for his portfolio of novel medical devices that are helping to make surgical procedures less invasive.
Check out our water flip cup competition at break on March 3, 2013! Lasya was a champ and closed out the win.
Here you can watch Brian, Zev, Sarah, Larisa, Hershey, Andrew and Jeremiah in a no-hands powdered donut challenge.
MIT students perform the Piano String Trio No. 1 in D Minor composed by Felix Mendelssohn. Bravo to violinist Alwina Liu, cellist Kamilla Tekiela, and pianist Forest Tong. And thanks to their coach Marcus Thompson. Four movements: Allegro, Andante, ...
Jake Jurewicz '14, MIT Department of Nuclear Science & Engineering
Find out what people in the energy field are doing and how to connect your research to real world issues. A panel of speakers share their career path stories and discuss various career options for entry in an energy related field. The speakers span science and engineering disciplines, ...
An opening keynote, Carley Roney, Founder and Editor in Chief of TheKnot/XO Group, kicks off the week-long GWAMIT Fall Leadership Conference. In the address, Carley discusses how everyone has a vision for their career and their future and offers her persepctive on how ...