Edgerton students are visited by MIT Police for a safety talk. Topics covered include bike safety, sexual assault, what to do during an active shooting, and tips to stay safe at night in Boston.
In the middle of a busy semester, Edgerton students take a small study break for sushi and sweets.
J. Kim Vandiver, Ph.D., worked with Doc Edgerton in the 1970s as a student in “Strobe Project Lab”
Deborah Douglas, Ph.D., Director of MIT Museum
It’s time for our “Bi-weekly” social again. There will be food ( probably Chinese from the Royal East ) and maybe some other fun surprises depending on the weather so make sure to stop by!
As always you are encouraged to help save the environment by bringing your own forks and plates.
It’s been slightly more than 2 weeks since our last “biweekly” social. Remedy:
There won’t actually be fishes. Apologies to the fish enthusiasts. You should bring your own forks, plates & utensils though.
The food will be Mediterranean / Middle Eastern, fresh from Pita: http://www.yelp.com/biz/pita-boston-5. If you have dietary restrictions, please alert me to them and I’ll modify the order accordingly.
This event is happening Sun 4/10 7pm, in the Edgerton large lounge.
It’s the start of a new school year, and Edgerton has many events for residents old and new!
Come celebrate the START of summer and the END of finals at Edgerton House this Memorial day ! There will be BBQed deliciousness (grilled chicken, sausages, burgers, burgers and burgers!), other tasty treats, some sweet tunes, the excellent company of peers and possibly impromptu ball games!
WHEN: Monday the 26th, May the 2014th, 6 pm
WHERE: Edgerton House, courtyard