Tweet Your Advice to MIT Students

by Kate Repantis on September 10, 2014 · 0 comments

in Campus Culture, Student Life

Remember your first year at MIT? Anything you wish you had known?

Share your advice to first-year students this Monday, September 15, at 12:30 p.m. EDT, by joining the live Tweets to My First-Year Self Twitter chat.

Advice from the 1972 How to Get Around MIT (GAMIT) book. Photo: Nicole Morell

Current students Janelle Wellons ’16, Antoine Nasr ’17, and Erick Pinos ’17 will join alumnae Ting Ting Luo ’09 and Robin Schlinger ’78 to tweet about what they have learned in order to succeed at MIT and beyond.

Discussion will include tips for coping with stress, why your major does not determine your career, and favorite study spots on both the MIT campus and the Boston area.

Follow the chat at #mitalum to tweet your own questions and advice.

This event is co-sponsored by MIT’s Division of Student Life and the MIT Alumni Association

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