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🗓️ The Early Action deadline is November 1.
🗓️ The transfer application deadline for spring entry is November 15.
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This summer was a summer of many firsts. First time actually living by myself. First time regularly using public transportation by myself. First time booking all my doctor’s appointments. This summer was a summer of balance, at least the attempt of finding one. This summer was a summer… Read More
I didn’t leave the MIT bubble much my freshman year. hell, I barely left my dorm. there was so much going on all the time that I didn’t bother trying to venture out into Boston very often. over the summer, however, I spent a good chunk of my free time… Read More
it turns out many people at mit walk really slowly. not in the sense that mit is slower than the rest of the world, but in the sense that you can optimize walking significantly when armed with basic knowledge of anatomy and mechanics, which most mit students possess but have… Read More
Some of you may have heard the news already, but if you haven’t: on Monday, Joshua Angrist, the Ford International Professor of Economics at MIT, won the Nobel Prize in Economics (officially, the 2021 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in… Read More
Over the past few months, I have become obsessed with crochet. Before I came to Boston, I dedicated quite some time to ironing out the logistics of crocheting at MIT. How will I pack all my yarn? What project should I begin on the airplane? … Read More
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The second Monday in October has long been an MIT holiday, but today is the second year that MIT has observed it as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and the first that it has been federally recognized as such. Earlier today, Institute Community and Equity Officer John Dozier sent an… Read More
Directory Introduction Is product management right for me? The Interview The Format Question Types Behavioral Framework: STAR method Example Question Best Practices Product Design Framework Best Practices Product Strategy Framework: SWOT Analysis, Porter’s… Read More
Whenever I try to think about the last year, it doesn’t feel real. In fact, I usually actively stop myself when I get on that train of thought, because it’s just so sad and generally emotionally taxing to think about everything my class has missed out on. A lot… Read More
When I tried practicing for the swim test, I realized how long it had actually been since I swam. This pool wasn’t like the neighborhood pool where I could slowly ease into the shallow end of the pool feet first so I could get used to… Read More
you just can’t. you actually can’t. you can try but you can’t. last friday night was the beginning of teammate hunt, a puzzlehunt written with some excellent puzzles. it’s written by teammate, and i know lots of people who helped write, and they’ve all been talking to me and… Read More