MIT students and faculty protested the U.S. military bombings of Afghanistan on Thursday by staging a humanitarian demonstration in Killian Court and a sit-in on the Student Center steps. Similar protests were coordinated at almost 100 other college campuses across the nation.
MIT is funding a public works project that includes the installation a traffic light between MacGregor Dormitory and No. 6 Club, which will make Memorial Drive safer for pedestrians.
Shaker El-Sayed, secretary general of the Muslim American Society, recently came to MIT to discuss his beliefs about the allegations that Islamic values are consistent with terrorist activities.
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