Comments from our alumni readers.
Students who arrive on campus while their peers are still in high school thrive in MIT's classrooms and culture.
Craig Ramsell '73, SM '74, makes music with Boomwhackers, colorful plastic tubes that are tuned by length.
Kenneth Wexler is combining biological research and linguistic theory to unravel the mystery of how we acquire language.
Tom Vincent, SM '68, has published the story of a charismatic priest and his work with dispossessed and disabled children in Thailand.
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, MCP '78, becomes Nigeria's minister of finance.
The MIT Juggling Club is the oldest continuous college juggling club in the country.
Many young people are using drugs not to drop out but to get ahead.
Your thoughts on intellectual property, maps, the military, and more
The founder of craigslist is obsessed with customer service.