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Behind the scenes at Flour
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Mar 17, 2016
“By Gillian Belton You could get all the education you could possibly imagine — a B.S., an M.S., an M.D. or even a Ph.D — and it wouldn’t prepare you for working in the food industry. One task isn’t necessarily more difficult than the other, but a majority of the skills required for one simply don’t carry over to the other. At least, that’s what I’ve found throughout my experiences working at the Flour Bakery and Cafe these past few months.”
Lessons from Confessions
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Feb 11, 2016
“By Renee Bell I started after the suicide of a student whose death surprised everyone: a sociable, involved student who, I thought, must not have been talking to anyone about her deepest struggles or hearing firsthand the same struggles in others. There is a deafening silence on certain issues, and Confessions has shed some light on the kind of thoughts that proliferate in an emotional vacuum like this.”
Sports Blitz
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Feb 11, 2016
“By Souparno Ghosh SPORTS EDITOR Men’s volleyball won in straight sets against Emerson to reach 10-3 on the season. Martin Krasuski ’17 and Matt Riley ’19 had 15 and 12 kills respectively.”
DSLx initiative to offer online mini-courses that teach ‘soft skills’
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Feb 11, 2016
“By Vivian Zhong STAFF WRITER The Division of Student Life (DSL) is in the process of launching its DSLx Life Learning initiative, which aims to teach MIT students “soft skills,” according to the website.”
IN MEMORIAM: Remembering David Bowie
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Jan 21, 2016
“By Denis Bozic STAFF WRITER David Bowie, a legendary music and fashion icon, passed away on Jan. 10 after an 18-month battle with liver cancer. Following his death, numerous artists and public figures paid their respects to the singer via social media by thanking him for being a source of inspiration throughout their lives. Last week, the entrance to the Infinite Corridor was embellished with a banner that paid homage to Bowie through his verse from “Space Oddity,” while Lobby 7 greeted the MIT community with imagery of his eccentric outfits. Surely, every Bowie fan can cite a multitude of reasons why this icon should be remembered and appreciated, but I can understand why someone who did not follow his career might ask a simple question — why should we care about David Bowie?”
A gathering storm in the cloud
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Jan 01, 2016
“By Keertan Kini STAFF COLUMNIST The United States and the nations of the European Union don’t see eye to eye on many topics: the more interesting version of football, the appropriate minimum age of alcohol consumption, and the use of international military force being among them. Yet for several years, one such conflict — on data protection — has grown from a divide into a gulf, and just about two months ago, the bridge connecting the two collapsed.”
GUEST COLUMN: Alcohol abuse, illegal drugs, and misinformation
by The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper
Jan 01, 2016
“By Hairuo Guo Earlier this week, members of the MIT community found in their inboxes an email from Chancellor Barnhart. Immediately beneath the ominous subject line of “Alcohol abuse, illegal drugs and our community” were the expected exhortations against binge drinking and drug use. This time, however, these words came backed by evidence. To quote the email, “The results of the 2015 Healthy Minds Study and 2014 Community Attitudes on Sexual Assault survey show the direct — and negative — links between substance abuse and student health and safety.” Included helpfully were also hyperlinks to these two studies, as well as one to the MIT “Statement on Drug-free Campus and Workplace Policies,” which contains, among other things, a list of “selected drugs and their effects.” In short, a bevy of material to support a seemingly obvious claim.”
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