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Grad School 102: Student Life, Activities, and Associations

Need a break from all that studying?
Check out the extracurricular activities and associations available to you at the Institute and the surrounding areas.

Ellan Spero starts off with a brief on leadership and innovation opportunities.
Lorenna Buck talks about the COOP.
Katie Maloney introduces you to the MIT Alumni Association.
Rachel Meyer elaborates on the Association of Student Activities.
Alison Hynd provides information on the MIT Public Service Center.
Mitali Thakor finishes off with valuable insight on things to do in Boston and MIT.

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