3 Questions with a student leader: Chief EMT Annie Dunham
October 17, 2012MIT senior oversees a team of 50 EMTs
3 Questions: Charles Stewart sizes up the 2012 election
October 12, 2012MIT political scientist and voting expert weighs in on the state of the presidential campaign, the shifting demographics of America, and the tossup U.S. Senate races.
3 Questions: Physicist Christoph Paus discusses newly discovered particle
July 4, 2012Dozens of MIT physicists were part of the team that found what might be the Higgs boson. What does their discovery mean, and what’s next for particle physics?
3 Questions: Andrew Lo on JP Morgan’s multibillion-dollar trading loss
May 30, 2012MIT financial markets expert addresses the need for better risk management — and a simple way to tell if JP Morgan’s failed gamble was a trade or a hedge.
3 Questions: Alan Spoon '73 on fostering leadership for MIT students
April 30, 2012Founder of Community Catalyst Leadership Program discusses coaching relationships and skill development.
3 Questions with a student leader: Panhel President Denzil Sikka
February 21, 2012New head of sorority governing council discusses her ‘home away from home’
3 Questions with a student leader: IFC President Tommy Anderson
December 1, 2011Hear from the MIT junior and newly elected Interfraternity Council President.
3 Questions: Michael Piore on labor disputes at the ballot box
November 10, 2011Labor economist sizes up the impact and meaning of this week’s high-profile Ohio referendum to restore collective bargaining rights for public employees.
3 Questions: Amy Glasmeier on rebuilding after disaster hits
June 1, 2011From tornadoes to flooding, nature has taken a heavy toll in America this year. What are the challenges cities like Joplin and Tuscaloosa will face while rebuilding?
3 Questions: Fotini Christia on the war in Afghanistan
May 3, 2011MIT political scientist on the implications of Bin Laden’s death for the war in Afghanistan and U.S.-Pakistan relations.
3 Questions: Jeffrey Hoffman on the Space Shuttle at 30
April 12, 2011Anniversary of the first shuttle flight comes just as it nears retirement, but the vehicle has changed space travel dramatically.
3 Questions: Sara Seager on discovering a trove of new planets
February 3, 2011NASA’s Kepler orbiting telescope has found hundreds of new possible planets, including 54 in the so-called 'habitable zone.'
3 Questions: Sara Seager on the discovery of a ‘new’ form of life
December 3, 2010The MIT planetary scientist discusses what the finding means for life on Earth and elsewhere in the universe.