It’s party time ya’ll!
Dance like Michael Jackson like Benedict Cumberbatch!
Tim, MIT’s beloved beaver mascot, turns 100 years old this Friday, January 17th, and we want you to celebrate with us!
This Friday, the Campus Activities Complex team will have cupcakes, giveaways, and live music as we celebrate our favorite beaver, and of course, you can get your photo taken with the Birthday Beaver himself!
Stop by the W20 Lobby between 1130am and 130pm to celebrate, and check out this website for more info!
Eat sweets with Tim the Beaver this Friday!
Registration for the 2014 Multicultural Conference is open and filling up fast! This conference, which happens annually at the beginning of the spring semester, is a unique opportunity to get away from campus for a couple of days, and really dig deep and discuss with peers and friends about creating and fostering a more inclusive MIT. Held at the Endicott House, enjoy a weekend of interesting keynotes, engaging presentations, and the opportunity to engage your peers in discussion around topics you care about that can lead to positive change for our campus. Connections can be made, plans can be formed, and action can be taken that can help transform MIT into a more inclusive environment for every student here.
We invite you to be a part of this conference experience, so that you can be the change you want to see at MIT. This conference is FREE for all MIT students, so REGISTER soon!
MC^2 is February 7th and 8th, at the MIT Endicott House, is free for all students, and transportation and meals are provided for all attendees.
A partnership between the Student Activities Office and the Alumni Association, the Community Catalyst Leadership Program is an outstanding opportunity for MIT sophomores who want to gain leadership skills and also develop mentoring relationships with alumni coaches.
The Community Catalyst Leadership Program (CCLP) asks participants to engage in a journey of personal leadership development and reflection. Each participant is paired with an MIT alumnus/a in a coaching relationship designed to meet each student’s personal development goals.
This program is open to any member of the sophomore class, regardless of prior participation in leadership opportunities at MIT, so whether you are just starting out on your leadership journey or are involved in multiple student organizations, CCLP is a great opportunity to grow skills that will benefit you at MIT and beyond.