Several administrators and student leaders addressed student questions and concerns about student life at MIT during a town hall meeting on Wednesday night sponsored by the 2003 Class Council.
The Graduate Student Council earned a victory yesterday when Chancellor Lawrence S. Bacow ’72 announced that, contrary to earlier plans, there would be no day care center on the first floor of the Sidney-Pacific dormitory.
Years of celebrating MIT’s greatest hacks ended Sunday as the MIT Museum’s Hall of Hacks closed to make room for a new exhibit, Designing Minds: The Making of MIT Scientists and Engineers.
The following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between February 12 and February 18, 2001. This summary contains most incidents reported to Campus Police but does not include incidents such as: medical shuttles, ambulance transfers, false alarms, general service calls, etc.
February 13: Bldg. 10, report of wallet removed from backpack while on elevator, no cash only credit cards; Student Center, check and inquiry of individual; Bldg. 16, suspicious person in lounge area; Bldg. 1, report of homeless person causing a disturbance.
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