Join old-timers and new members (or just stop by to learn more about MITRC) at one of our weekly Happy Hours! Check MITRC's Facebook to see where/when we are meeting each week. And remember:
1- There's no commitment, so don't stress! If you can't make it this week, don't worry, we will have another social the next week. 
2- You don't need to drink alcohol to join us, I'll buy the first round of tap water :-)
3- If you have a preference for day/time/place, send me an email with your suggestion and I'll make it happen.
4- You are encouraged to bring friends with you. 

- Namir Jawdat, MITRC Social Chair


Hello rowers and coxswains, old-timers and new members alike! 

Hope you're all super excited to begin our spring season! We'll most likely aim for the first week of April, but that will depend on the the ice conditions in the Charles River (apparently the ice is currently about a 17" thick!) ... We'll keep you posted!

In the meantime, be sure to complete our begin of season survey for experienced and novice rowers:




Please do so as soon as possible as we rely on these numbers in order to define several things (# of coaches, # of boats, etc). The deadline to complete the survey is Wednesday, March 18, but don't wait to get it done!

Also note that we'll have a mandatory meeting on Monday, March 30, 6am at the Pierce Boathouse where we'll give general information about the club and talk about details of the upcoming Spring Season.

Hope to see you all there!

Your MITRC Co-Presidents,

Amy and Joao

Thursday, Feb 26: MITRC’s SNOW SOCIAL
Come commiserate about the weather/winter-training (or lack thereof) and join new and old MITRCers at our mid-winter shindig.  Thursday, February 26 at Meadhall. Starting at 5:30. And bring a friend (i.e. recruit)!

Helping MITRC out is easy 
Help MITRC with just a click … MITRC is one of 20 finalists for NK’s 2015 Grants Program. The 10 program photos on NK’s facebook page with the most likes by Monday March 2nd will receive an NK grant. CLICK THIS PHOTO NOW AND LIKE IT (and spread the word)!:

Sunday, March 1: CRASH-B Sprints

C.R.A.S.H.-B., the World Indoor Rowing Championship, is held annually in Boston during the winter off-season. This year’s edition will be held on Sunday, March 1st at Agganis Arena (BU). While registration to compete has closed, the regatta organizers still need volunteers! Sign up for a morning/evening/whole day (and getting a free meal and t-shirt) here:


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Thursday, October 30, 2014) - MITRC officially handed over the reins to a new crop of leaders at the annual Handover Meeting held October 30 in the melodious confines of Room 5-233 (thanks to choral practice taking place in the room next door). The new officers were elected by the club's current active members (over 100 strong!) at the MITRC General Assembly which was held during the last week of practice in the Fall Season, on the morning of October 22. In a sign of commitment, stability, and enthusiasm for the Club they love, many of last year's officers will remain part of the upcoming year's leadership team, though most of them--including the outgoing Co-Presidents--in new roles. The 2014-2015 Officer corps includes novices and experienced rowers; newbies and old-timers; and not one, not two, but THREE former MITRC Presidents serving in various new roles. The 2014-2015 MITRC Officers are:

Amy Loomis
Joao Ramos

Gabriel Kreindler
Kathryn Tongue

Team Managers Christopher Bandoro
Charlene Chow
Anthony Martorell
Vasilka Sopova

Novice Program Manager
Abdulla Alhajri
Regatta Managers
Rebecca Canter
Mohammad Hadhrawi

Equipment Manager
Lucas Mueller

Gear/Order Manager
Larissa Sasgen

Social/Events Manager
Namir Jawdat

Alumni/Outreach & Communication ManagersWilliam Doss Suter
Maja Tampe

Find out more about MITRC's officers and coaches on the aptly-named Officers & Coaches page.

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