As we approach the one-year mark, the Campaign for MIT is a tremendous success.
Asst. Prof. Helen Elaine Lee, the author of two critically acclaimed novels, says given that life brings loss, how can we make it a positive experience?
Architect Bill Mitchell writes that digital telecommunications networks will soon change our neighborhoods, cities, and homes.
Anthony Jules gives MIT $100,000 to name a new squash court because athletics, he says, builds character.
The extraordinary generosity of MIT alumni and friends is at the heart of the capital campaign success. MIT has raised $803.7 million of its $1.5 billion goal.
The Alumni Fund shares in the good news of the Campaign. For fiscal year 2000, the Fund is well on its way to meeting a $30 million goal.
MIT sophomore Caroline Purcell recently won a gold medal in an international fencing tournament in Brazil. She hopes to make the U.S. Olympic fencing team in 2004.
Joan and Bill Porter, ’67, founder of online trading powerhouse ETrade, donate $25 million to MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
Alex Padilla, ’94, is the youngest Latino ever elected to the Los Angeles City Council.
Computer games are being designed just for girls. The goal is to help them eventually gain more equal access to careers in computers and technology.