What’s New on the Web
Surfing: grab your sunglasses and your laptop, because there’s lots to enjoy this summer on the Web:
Meet the 2002 graduates: The June edition of openDOOR presents the Web pages of graduating students. The Web has become a medium of personal expression for scores of MIT students, who document their lives, interests and dreams in HTML. From the wild to the sublime, check out the amazing creativity the 2002 graduates exhibit on their Web sites at alumweb.mit.edu/opendoor/.
Reunions diary: Tag along with Leslie Barnett ‘92 as she attends her 10th reunion at MIT in a special “What Matters” column for June. Leslie takes you along as she reconnects with old classmates, enjoys Tech Night at the Pops and dances the night away at the Great Court Gala, along with enjoying all her 10th-reunion class activities. Read about her odyssey and leave a message about your own favorite memory of Reunions at alumweb.mit.edu/whatmatters/.
Volunteer job board: If you’re looking for additional alumni volunteers to help out with your club or class, consider posting the positions on the Volunteer Job Opportunities Board. It’s a great way to recruit alumni who are interested in getting more involved. Check it out at ans.mit.edu/volunteer_jobs/.