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TREX 2018 Day 2: Weather Weirdness

By Joey Noszek ‘20 Since this is my first blog, I should probably start by introducing myself. My name is Joey Noszek. I am a Course 1 sophomore in the Systems core. Outside of classes, I […]

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Summer In Santiago

[fusion_text]By Christine Langston I’m spending the summer (or rather winter in the southern hemisphere) in Santiago, the capital city of Chile through a MIT program called MISTI (MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives). I’m interning with the […]

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ONE-MA3 2017: The Finale

[fusion_text]By Sierra Rosenzweig For ONE-MA3’s last day together in Italy, we had a lot of work planned. We started the day by pulling our boulders out of the oven and taking samples of the interior and […]

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ONE-MA3 2017: Not the Right Kind of Blue

[fusion_text]By Sierra Rosenzweig The ONE-MA3 team had been excitedly waiting for our Egyptian blue to finish cooking and today we were finally able to take our mixtures out of the furnace and see the change in […]

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ONE-MA3 2017: Fresco

[fusion_text]By Sierra Rosenzweig Day two in Aramengo was dedicated to learning about the fresco-making process and creating our own frescoes. In the morning, we walked through the studio of Gianluigi Nicola, one of the town’s fresco-painters. […]

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ONE-MA3 2017: Is That a Pillow?

[fusion_text]By Sierra Rosenzweig It was now time for ONE-MA3 to leave the big city and head for the hills of Aramengo, which I was very excited about. We climbed past flowers and trees into a town […]

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ONE-MA3 2017: Grandeur in Turin

[fusion_text]By Sierra Rosenzweig   On our agenda for today, was to experience the grandeur of both a castle and a palace! Our first stop was the Castello di Valentino. After a series of lectures from researchers […]

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ONE-MA3 2017: Egypt in Italy

[fusion_text]By Sierra Rosenzweig The next stop on our ONE-MA3 Journey through Italy was Turin! On our first day in Turin, we didn’t focus on Italian architecture or scanning mosaics, rather we focused on a different culture […]

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