Prof. Craig Wilder teaches American Colonial History to inmates at a maximum-security prison in upstate New York.
Donors make it possible for Daniela Yuschenkoff, a sophmore and six-year volunteer at the San Francisco Zoo, to fulfill a dream.
John and Jacque Jarve of Atherton, California, who established a scholarship to change lives, are a long distance from the life John long ago left behind.
Heather Paxson and Stefan Helmreich offer a yearlong seminar on sensing the unseen world — from invisible toxic chemicals to echoes to fleeting tastes.
Portia Jones is the most talented athlete in the history of MIT Women’s Track and Field
MIT celebrates the Campaign for Students, a remarkably successful effort that to date has raised nearly $555 million to support generations of MIT students — a striking achievement in the most difficult economy since the Great Depression.