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“MIT, the revered institution and key part of Cambridge’s history, is hosting a parade and celebration in May to commemorate its first century in Cambridge.”
“In 1916, alumni from as far away as India and Australia joined students and faculty along the Charles River to witness what the Boston Daily Globe called an ‘impressive goodbye,’ a celebration of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s move from a jumble of buildings near Copley Square to its new campus in Cambridge...On the cusp of the centennial of the parade, MIT officials have launched a competition...recapturing the spirit of the momentous move.”
Members of the MIT community are invited to compete in the Crossing the Charles Competition, an innovative procession over land and water that will open the Moving Day festivities on May 7.
To celebrate MIT's Cambridge centennial, marking 100 years since the Institute's move across the river from Boston to Cambridge, Human Resources is spearheading a profile project focusing on one MIT employee from each decade (1916-1920, 1921-1930, 1931-1940, etc.). The profiles will be posted on the MIT 2016 website in the months to come.