|Fiorina’s Address Rings of HP Philosophy|
Delivering a commencement address which borrowed heavily from Hewlet-Packard’s corporate vision, HP Chief Executive Officer Carly S. Fiorina ’89 advised MIT graduates to look beyond their minds and to listen to their hearts.
|HP, MIT Join In Alliance For $25M|
Continuing a dizzying trend of alliances with corporations and other prominent institutions, MIT has signed a memorandum of understanding with Hewlett-Packard, Co. to create a five-year, $25 million partnership for the development of digital information systems.
|Shin Family Considers Filing Suit Against MIT|
The family of Elizabeth H. Shin ’02, who committed suicide by setting herself ablaze in her Random Hall dorm room, has hired a lawyer to investigate MIT’s role in her death.
|Student Activities Get New Coordinator|
Tracy F. Purinton, coordinator of programs in Boston University’s student activities office, has been selected as the new Program Administrator for Student Activities. Purinton will assume her position on June 26.
|Institute Appoints Interim Dean|
Chancellor Lawrence S. Bacow ’72 appointed Kirk D. Kolenbrander as interim Dean for Student Life on Wednesday. Kolenbrander, currenly an associate dean and Bacow’s special assistant for the residence sytem, will replace the departing Margaret R. Bates until a permanent dean is found.
|Fiorina’s Charge: Follow Your Heart|
FIORINA: Good morning. Thank you very much. It is perhaps an understatement to say it’s an honor to be back at MIT, addressing the graduating class of the year 2000. As I look out on this crowd, it is both humbling and inspiring.
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