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PKG Center and MITvote featured in MIT News!

Students in STEM fields are historically less likely to vote than those in other areas of study. Two nonpartisan MIT groups are working to change that, and early returns suggest they’re having…

PKG Fellowships: Mallika Pajjuri (’23)

Meet Mallika Pajjuri, a Class of 2023 Member and recipient of the Davis Projects for Peace fellowship. Mallika worked hard to reduce political polarization during her fellowship and engage youth…

Guest Post: Civic Synergy

by Max Williamson At inflection points throughout American history, young people have stood at the forefront of political, social, and economic change. Youth played a key role in the women’s…

The History of MITvote’s mascot: Vote-a-saurus

If you’re familiar with civic engagement at MIT, then you probably already know its larger-than-life mascot. Even for those unfamiliar or new to campus, it’s hard to miss Vote-a-saurus… a…

MITvote Guest Post: The Youth Vote

Do you have a plan for the upcoming election? Visit https://vote.mit.edu/ to register, learn how to vote in your state, and even request personalized voting help to make sure your…