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Mrs. Ferrars died on the night of the 16th–17th September—a Thursday. I was sent for at eight o’clock on the morning of Friday the 17th. There was nothing to be done. She had been dead some hours. It was just a few minutes after nine when I reached home once more. I opened the front door with my latchkey, and purposely delayed a few moments in the hall, hanging up my hat and the light overcoat that I had deemed a wise precaution against the chill of an early autumn morning. To tell the truth, I was considerably upset and worried. I am not going to pretend that at that moment I foresaw the events of the next few weeks. I emphatically did not do so. But my instinct told me that there were stirring times ahead.

How do I make travel arrangements?

For basic travel, use Concur, MIT’s online expense reporting and travel booking tool.
For complex travel (i.e., multiple cities/multiple legs), use MIT’s preferred travel vendor, The Travel Collaborative, 617-497-7400.

For MIT’s preferred airlines, hotels and accommodations, auto rental agencies, passport/visa services, and more, use the drop-down menu under Commodities on the Supplier Search page.
Please note that whether or not you book through MIT’s preferred travel vendors, MIT policy requires that you register all MIT academic or business travel in the MIT Travel Registry.


Linda Dionne

Linda Dionne

Program Manager


Tammy Greenwood

Tammy Greenwood

Administrative Assistant