From: Student Life
Date: November 1, 2023
Subject: MIT Sloan Student Life Newsletter November 1, 2023

November 1, 2023

Know Your Resource:
MIT Mental Health and Counseling

  • For same day walk-in meetings with a clinician (no appointment needed): Either call 617-253-2916 or walk into E-23, 3rd floor and ask to speak to the on-call clinician. A clinician is available by phone 24/7, on weekends as well. Office hours (if you walk in) are M-Th, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • For off campus therapy options: Go to Provider Directories on the MIT Medical website here.
  • Find more information on other group therapy options SMH&C here.
  • Want to make an appointment? Fill out this form to schedule one today!

Learn More about MIT Student Mental Health and Counseling Services here

Student Life Events

Sloan Night Out
Thursday, November 16th

Various locations

Do you like good food and want to meet interesting Sloanies across different programs? Attendees will be placed into small groups for dinners at local restaurants or a Sloanies' home. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 3rd at 12pm.
Tickets: $15

Get Tickets

The Snow Ball 
Saturday, December 2nd 

Its time to celebrate the last day of classes and clink your glasses! Break out your cocktail attire and come enjoy this festive occasion. Tickets go on sale next Wednesday, November 8th at 12pm. Tickets are limited 2 per person, SO's welcome to attend but students must purchase the tickets. 
Tickets: $20 each

Get Tickets Here 

Boston Bruins vs. San Jose Sharks 
Thursday, November 30th
TD Garden
Spend time with your peers and catch our hometown team on the ice! Tickets go on sale next Thursday, November 9th at 12pm. 
Tickets: $40

Get Tickets

Course XV Dinner
Wednesday, November 15th

Course XV Dinners are an opportunity for 15 students from across programs to have a free, delicious, three course dinner at a local venue with a member of the Student Life and DEI Offices. 

Register for the Lottery

BBSA C-Function: Homecoming 2023
Thursday, November 2nd 

Walker Memorial
Come have a great time with friends and family and celebrate the rich history and contributions of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. 
Tickets: $15

Get Tickets

Community Events

Advancing Life Changing Science through Entrepreneurship
Tuesday, November 7th

MIT Museum
Join the MIT Museum as they bring together first time CEOs and entrepreneurs from across the globe who are working to meet these challenges through innovative science and passion. 21+ only event.
Tickets: $5 MIT ID Holders

Learn More and Register Here

Action Learning Labs Spring 2024 Preview
Wednesday, November 8th

Connect with Action Learning faculty and staff to learn more about spring lab offerings. In the first half of the event, they will present on each lab. In the second half, you will have the opportunity to ask questions.

Register Here

SABC: Diwali C-Fx
Thursday, November 9th

Celebrate the festival of lights with an unforgettable night filled with passion, culture, and connection.
Tickets: $15

Get Tickets

MLK Scholar Presentation: "Planning in the Native Slipstream: Urban Indigenous Futurisms and Alternative Presents"
Wednesday, November 8th

Jean-Luc Pierite, MLK Visiting Scholar and President of the North American Indian Center of Boston (NAICOB), shares his work and interventions engaging with urban planning and Indigenous futurisms.

Register Here

Infinite Careers Alumni Speaker Series: Q&A with Dr. Cori Lathan, Former CEO & Co-Founder of AnthroTronix
Tuesday, November 14th 

Dr. Corinna Lathan is a neuroscientist, technology pioneer, and social advocate, and is the author of a best-selling book, Inventing the Future, Stories from a Techno-Optimist.

Register Here


MIT Sloan Student Organizations' Acknowledgement of MIT Anti-Hazing and Nondiscrimination Policies

As annually required, all MIT Sloan Student Organizations have certified to the Institute that they are compliant with Massachusetts law and MIT policy about hazing for the 2023-2024 year. This is a good opportunity for us also to remind you of MIT’s policies on discrimination and harassment, as well as overall student conduct expectations as laid out in the MIT Mind and Hand Book.

Attend EmTech for free on Nov 14/Nov 15

MIT Technology Review’s flagship EmTech event explores emerging technologies, developing trends, and their impact on business and society. Join global innovators, technologists, and industry veterans at Kresge Auditorium on Nov 14/Nov 15 for your annual dose of innovation and inspiration. Full-time MIT faculty, staff, and students are invited for free. Register to claim your complimentary one-day, sessions-only pass while space is available. A sessions-only ticket includes mainstage content on the date selected, breakfast, and networking breaks; lunch and evening shoulder events are not included.

RSVP & Claim Your Free Ticket Here 

Thanksgiving Airport Shuttle

The Parking & Transportation office will once again provide shuttle service to Logan Airport for Thanksgiving break. Shuttles will be available on Monday, November 20th , Tuesday, November 21st, and Wednesday, November 22nd, at the scheduled departure times.

Advanced reservations are required. Only one reservation is allowed per person. Please visit the Parking & Transportation website reservations page to reserve a seat at a cost of $15.00. All reservations will be processed via the website, and the shuttle fee will be billed to the student bursar accounts or via employee payroll deductions.

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