open to the MIT community addir fellows only
September 27 2022
Mixer with the Muslim Student’s Association to get to know each other!
October 24 2022
Mixer with the Origins student group to get to know each other!
October 9-10 2022
Retreat for Addir Fellows in northern Massachusetts to unwind and get to know fellows from other small groups through fun activities and unstructured free time. Kayaking on the lake!
We Still Live Here Movie Night
November 11 2022
Event with NASA (Native American Student Association) and AISES (American Indian Science Engineering Society) to learn about the revitalization of the Wampanoag language.
Thanksgiving Mythbusting Dinner
November 21 2022
Event with NASA and Radius to explore the myths we were taught in school about Thanksgiving. Hosted Samantha Maltais, an Aquinnah Wampanoag activist.
Baptist Fellowship Mixer
November 29 2022
Mixer with the Baptist Student Fellowship student group to get to know each other!
December 10 2022
Hazelnut crescent and chocolate beavertail cookies (along with many other yummy treats), board games, and conversation with interesting people 🙂
February 19-20 2023
Retreat for Addir Fellows in northern Massachusetts to unwind and get to know fellows from other small groups through fun activities and unstructured free time. Winter wonderland walk!
Religious Literacy Course
January 10 to February 2 2023
IAP course by our very own Harvard Divinity School intern Peyton White on “What’s Religion Anyway?”
Interfaith Bridge-Building Banquet
Monday, March 20, 6pm-8pm; Burton-Conner Porter Room
Our annual banquet open to all at MIT! Join us for interesting discussions, dinner, & dessert (Tosci’s ice cream!)
Beginning at the End: An Interfaith Service
Thursday April 27, 3:30-4:30 PM; MIT Chapel
What does it mean that our academic year ends while the earth seems to reawaken around us? Please join us for “Beginning at the End”, an interfaith service hosted by the Addir Interfaith Dialogue Fellows and Harvard Divinity School. As the school year draws to a close, but springtime brings new possibilities, we invite you to join in community to reflect on the past year, set intentions for the future, and share in a spirit of wonder.
MIT Reads: Author Event with Carolyn Chen
Friday, April 28, 4pm, 2-190
Free and open to all, pre-registration required
This semester’s MIT Reads book was selected in partnership with Addir. Work Pray Code: When Work Becomes Religion in Silicon Valley explores how tech companies are bringing religion into the workplace in ways that replace traditional places of worship. Our very own fellow Fatima Gunter-Rahman will be facilitating this conversation.
MIT Reads: Community Discussion Event
Thursday, May 4, 12pm-1pm; The Nexus, Hayden Library, Room 14S-130
Open to MIT community, pre-registration required
Join us for a small group discussion about Work Pray Code. Lunch will be provided. Our very own fellow Kanna Pippachan will be facilitating!
Addir End of Year Picnic
Thursday, May 4, 6pm-7:30pm
W11 Main Dining Room