Missed Our Top Stories? Drones, Hobby Shop, and Advice for Sophs

by Joe McGonegal on October 31, 2013

in Campus Culture

In case you missed our top stories on Slice of MIT this month, here are three of the most-clicked posts. Click on each link to read the full story.

  • MIT’s Senseable City Lab debuted Skycall, an “urban UAV,” this month, which may one day give campus-tours or meet more urgent needs of city-dwellers.
Photo: Senseable City Laboratory.

Photo: Senseable City Laboratory.

  • MIT’s Hobby Shop reopened after undergoing extensive renovations. “Now we have opportunity to make it the first class 21st century maker space MIT students deserve,” said shop director Ken Stone ’72.
  • Mark Radka ’81 was one of dozens of alumni who reached out through social media to give advice to MIT sophomores this fall. “Forget what you told parents or high school teachers, and future salary,” he advised. “Figure out what really interests you, grabs your imagination, fires you up. Then choose.”


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