For the past decade, the MIT Admissions Blogs have been a leader in student blogging. The blogs are written by MIT students and are completely uncensored.
MIT bloggers offer thoughts on anything from something that might interest a prospective student to how to handle the Institute's intense workload to much quirkier topics like how many cats live in dorms at one time or how to set a world record in the game of Mattress Dominos.
MIT Admissions: http://mitadmissions.org
Video: Melanie Gonick, MIT News
Music sampled from "Raro Bueno" by Chuzausen
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