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A class for empowerment and a lifetime of change
RAD program teaches self-defense to members of campus community

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A class for empowerment and a lifetime of change

RAD program teaches self-defense to members of campus community

In the spirit of fall in New England, Burton Conner hosted its Annual Burton Conner Apple Bake on the evening of Sunday, Nov. 4. Apple Bake is a Burton Conner tradition that takes place every fall, where almost every Burton Conner resident participates through the submission of dishes or artwork — where the key ingredient is the apple. This year, there were 222 submissions.
Click here to read more and view the slideshow on MIT News!

In the spirit of fall in New England, Burton Conner hosted its Annual Burton Conner Apple Bake on the evening of Sunday, Nov. 4. Apple Bake is a Burton Conner tradition that takes place every fall, where almost every Burton Conner resident participates through the submission of dishes or artwork — where the key ingredient is the apple. This year, there were 222 submissions.

Click here to read more and view the slideshow on MIT News!

Provost Chris Kaiser Enjoys Dinner with McCormick Students in the McCormick Dining Hall on Thursday, October 11.

On Thursday, Sept. 27, MIT President, L. Rafael Reif visited Simmons Hall to partake in their 10 Year Anniversary celebrations.

Reif enjoyed a dinner with students, made time for a friendly game of ping pong outside of the dining hall and met with Cosmos Darwin, a Simmons Hall resident and one of the students heavily involved in creating and installing  Simmons’ newest piece of art.

MIT’s New Area Director’s Participate in Team Building to Prepare for their New Role!

MIT’s New Area Director’s Participate in Team Building to Prepare for their New Role!

DSL History Series: Residential Life Programs (RLP)

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Do you know YOUR House Team?
Each House Team within an MIT Residence Hall is comprised of faculty and staff that serve in a variety of positions to guide you through your time at MIT. To learn more about undergraduate House Teams, click the image above.

Do you know YOUR House Team?

Each House Team within an MIT Residence Hall is comprised of faculty and staff that serve in a variety of positions to guide you through your time at MIT. To learn more about undergraduate House Teams, click the image above.

THE SWEET COLOR OF PINK

Breast cancer awareness and desserts offer two great reasons for MIT students to come together.

Incoming first-year students swim over to the New England Aquarium for a night of fun.

Incoming first-year students swim over to the New England Aquarium for a night of fun.