There are strong stirrings on campus; people leaving their labs and engaging in the wider world and taking a stance--students, faculty and staff. Spurred by concerns about the environment, the attack on science, the number of hate crimes rising, racism, homophobia, and a host of other issues, members of the MIT community have come together to create a
What We Remember
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Understanding our military and our foreign policy is not a hobby some people have, but essential work that every responsible citizen must do.
Slaying the Ram
Monday, September 21, 2015
For once, it seems, our leaders have chosen to sacrifice some of our pride for the greater goal of peace.
Iran and the United States: Eternal Enemies or Natural Partners?
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
For many of us, our impressions of Iran may be muddied, even vague. Iran was once a strong ally of the US. In 1962, President Kennedy warmly welcomed the Shah Mohammed Riza Pahleviand the Empress Farah to the White House.
I don’t know how much we’ll ever really know each other, different as we are. But I do know that mass incarceration has already stopped being an abstract issue and become something that’s happening right now to my friend.