For Random Acts of Kindness Week, GSL invites students, staff and faculty to visit 14N-310, where a world map invites them to record their journeys.

Green pins mark where the visitors are from, blue pins mark where they have been, and pink pins mark where they’re going next.

Those who take part can also celebrate MIT’s global footprint by eating sweets from around the world, like Japanese mochi, or French macarons and madeleines, as they visit with other travelers and learn about the opportunities for study and travel that GSL offers.  (For those lacking a sweet tooth, baby cactus plants are also being distributed.)

In GSL, Random Acts of Kindness are part of our regular routine, and Academic Administrator Joyce Roberge invites members of the MIT community to drop by 14N-310 any week.