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March 13, 2011 - Data can sometimes be misused and when misused causes harm. Barboza's goal is to change the philiosophical ways that we think and view. She strives for people to look outside the traditional boundaries that society has ...
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June 6, 2011 - In this 2011 MSRP orientation session, six current graduate students give advice and answer questions regarding MIT and graduate community, as well as academia in general and occupational work. Panelists: Zinzile Brook...
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Jennine Capó Crucet is an insightful writer who uses humor and compassion to explore how community impacts individuals’ perspectives. She was born to Cuban parents and raised in Miami. Her debut book, How to Leave Hialeah, won the Iowa S...
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Isabel Wilkerson is a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer who is currently Professor of Journalism and Director of Narrative Nonfiction at Boston University. Her first book, The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration...
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In case you missed it, MIT and the Alumni Association threw an AMAZING party on Saturday, June 4. The Pru was lit up with MIT150 (see it in the video), there was music, dancing, a cake that had more paparazzi swarming it than the Hollywo...
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MIT's first open house in more than 30 years provided hours of awestruck moments and became a highlight of the MIT150 celebration. Called "Under the Dome: Come Explore MIT," the open house attracted thousands who toured MIT's cutting-edg...
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Alumni astronauts (from left) Mike Fincke, Cady Coleman, and Greg Chamitoff send greetings to MIT from the International Space Station in this video, downlinked from the ISS in May 2011. Cady was winding up a six-month stay on station; M...
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On May 6, 2005, Dr. Susan Hockfield was inaugurated as the 16th president of MIT. Hockfield, the first woman and the first life scientist to lead MIT, committed the Institute to sustaining its commitment to intellectual openness, as well...
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2011 has seen a wave of popular protests threaten authoritarian regimes around the world. Protests in Tunisia removed a much-loathed dictatorship, and the occupation of Tahrir Square in Cairo promises to reshape the government of Egypt. ...
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