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Building Committee Halts Lab Extension

In late July, the MIT Building Committee voted against launching the project’s construction phase until more funding could be raised. Last week, the expansion project managers asked the City of Cambridge for a 12-month extension for construction.


Trujillo Addresses UA at Meeting

Trujillo, the associate dean for alcohol education and community development, was the guest speaker at the meeting, addressing the council on the proposed policy that a student’s first use of medical transportation be kept confidential. On a second use, however, “the appropriate dean and a peer judicial board would be informed of the offense,” he said.


Students Praise Alpine Bagel’s Food, But Criticize Restaurant’s Long Waits

“The best way to describe Alpine right now is a work in progress,” said Chris Sullivan, an Alpine representative.


Police Release 2001 Report On Crime Incidents at MIT

The number of serious crimes at MIT changed little in 2001 compared with previous years, the MIT Police disclosed in their annual survey of campus crime. MIT’s level of reported crimes was again dramatically lower than that of Harvard University.




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