About the Grad Blog

We, the Graduate Students of MIT, welcome you to our Blog. This is where we tell our stories. We pledge to be unadulterated and unabashed in this pursuit.

This Blog is our playground, our stage, our field of dreams. It is the collective diary of the MIT graduate cohort. We’ll write of our experiences — navigating the MIT underbelly, braving our first Boston winter (and second and third and fourth), taking the impossible machine learning class, discovering the best sushi this side of the river, suffering through the MIT getfit Challenge, adventuring abroad, meeting crazy roommates, labmates, and best friends. We’ll write of our milestones — choosing our advisors, hiring undergraduates, proposing our theses. All the while, we’ll tell of how we’ve learned, evolved, failed, triumphed, been praised, been criticized, and been inspired. We hope you enjoy.

Please note, the views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the blogs belong solely to the author, and not necessarily to the department or MIT as a whole.

Current Editors

          Alexandra Churikova                       Nicolas Meirhaeghe                                        Neha Bokil


Matthew Allan                                           Meggan Davis                                        Olivia Young

Staff Advisors

Diana Chien
Heather Konar

Former Editors

Lauren Stopfer (founder of the Grad Blog Editorial Board)
Anna Ivanova
Leigh Ann Kesler
Sarah Bricault
Jared Kehe
Irene Chen
Alicia Elliott
Kathleen Lewis

Read more about the evolution of the blog in this post.