"Black Ink" is a little gift shop on Brattle street with tall rolling ladders and general "old library"-"treasure chest" look. Since 2002 it makes sure its visitors leave with not so necessary, yet a whole level quirkier and fun presents.
MIT Professor Eric S. Lander discusses future and current politics of science and funding choices, "When science becomes just another interest group... we are in a real trouble". The event, "Making Science Work," with Nobel laureate Sir Paul M. Nurse, right, drew a huge number of visitors, forcing organizers to close doors to newcomers.
Tara Raghuveer '14, the 2013 Undergraduate Council President, welcomes members of the UC to their fisrt meeting of spring semester. They have much in agenda to discuss: upcoming elections, budget spending, and the incoming Dean of Student Life.
In a three-part lecture series on “Exclusion and Inequality in Digital Societies”, Ernest J. Wilson III ‘70 gives a talk Tuesday afternoon at the Barker Center discussing the inequality in the current digital society.
Hardy D. Merriman, a senior adviser at International Center of Nonviolent Conflict, leads a discussion on the future of democracy in the Maldives after after a screening of the film, "The Island President" at the Law School on Monday.