It’s no easy task to keep track of all the events and news on campus, so we do it for you! Use the following sites as regular resources to keep current on upcoming lectures, events, campus news, departmental blogs, and emerging research.
What's happening at MIT today—in the arts, athletics, or lectures? This online calendar will tell you who is speaking, performing, or gathering where and when.
A comprehensive portal that delivers the latest news—from every campus corner and department—updated daily online.
Big things happen here at MIT. Be among the first to read about breakthroughs emerging from laboratories across campus in engineering, healthcare, environment, or entrepreneurship, among other sectors
MIT’s own version of YouTube. If it happened at MIT and was caught on camera, you can look for it here in this archive of official—and not so official—campus video. You can even add your own!
Helpful to all members of the MIT community as well as visitors, Campus News is the connection to department and student blogs, upcoming events, and general Institute-related information. It’s one of the best ways to know what's happening across campus.
As their masthead states, The Tech is “MIT's oldest and largest newspaper & the first newspaper published on the web.” It’s also run by students and has been a key source of news for the campus community since 1881.
The oldest technology magazine in the world—and among the most read and respected—Technology Review showcases and analyzes emerging technologies. A talented team of writers keeps you up-to-date on what you need to know.