Monthly Archives: October 2014
Join us tonight for a Halloween Happy Hour following the Course 4 Pumpkin Hack. Where: AVT/Long Lounge/7-429 When: 6PM What: Pizza, candy, beer, spooky tunes Please bring ID; must be 21+ to drink -ASC
The mysterious “BB” gets down with sea monsters and bourbon in our second edition of Hey! What’s your thesis? Who are you? “BB” Hey! What’s your thesis? Sea monsters for offshoring the belief of public salvation. How does thesis make you feel? Like the great emancipation. Draw us a picture of […]
Inspired by this week’s successful and exciting mid reviews, the series Hey! What’s your thesis? launches as an examination of what thesis students are working on, what they’re inspired by, and what are their favorite snacks–in their own words. Our first thesiser, one of our very own M.Archs, kicks us off below. Who are you? “Sam” Hey! What’s […]
Dear Architecture Students, Please join us tonight for Happy Hour at 6:45 in the Stella Room (7-338). Pizza and Beer will be served [must be 21+ to drink, please bring a valid ID]. Also, MIT Architecture T-shirts have arrived; We will have a pick up table at HH tonight! Best, ASC.
Post-MIT, an architecture alumni series, launches tomorrow with presentations & discussion tomorrow, 5:30 PM, Long Lounge. Lisa Cheng Smith (BSAD ’04): Making It Real: Walking the Line between Commercialism and Experimentation” Lisa Cheng Smith is Creative Director at Areaware, a design-driven gift and housewares brand based in New York City, where she oversees product, imagery, and brand. […]
After an extensive search, MIT SA+P has announced our new dean: Hashim Sarkis! See the letter from the provost below: To members of the MIT community: I am very pleased to send the news that Hashim Sarkis, who is the Aga Khan Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism in Muslim Societies at Harvard University’s Graduate School […]
Last Friday architecture students ventured deep into MIT’s campus: down the infinite corridor to Hayden Library! It was a big change of scene from the typical one-minute walk between studio and La Verde’s, but food, fresh air, and an installation by two of our classmates beckoned. The installation, Unblocked, is a project by Evelyn Ting and Shiyu Wei, […]