It was MIT’s Commencement Day Friday May 24, a bit of a surreal event for a campus that’s largely been evacuated due the COVID-19 pandemic. By all accounts, this virtual event was a tour de force, with technical gimmicks and congratulations sent from space. But it was also held in the shadow of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and the ensuing protests.
Institutions with more wealth than many nations have no excuse for inaction during a pandemic
City Council, Gov. Baker have the power to force universities—Harvard, MIT, and Lesley—and hotels to provide better alternatives
In my dreams, the MFA and ICA will organize a major survey of art, science, and technology in Boston. John and his peers deserve that long-overdue recognition.
The actions of this administration have been too little, too late.
An idea for an exhibition sprung from what seemed like a simple objective: Karl could spend a year and a half recording life along Mass Ave from Arlington to the Charles River. But, of course, Mass Ave is vividly complex.
“Somebody said at the protest, ‘Money has memory.’ And, we have to think about where our money comes from, because money is not given to MIT with no strings attached, right?"
We can’t just hold our noses and look away from academia’s dirty money
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The connection to Jeffrey Epstein is just one of many questionable relationships
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The square is bustling with activity. Groups of flow artists, jugglers and passersby circle up, picking up, discarding, and trying out different props at random. Near the main road, an impromptu multiball contact juggling class is in session.