Institute to Consider Possible New Dorm
MIT is conducting a feasibility study to determine whether to build a new dormitory. The issue has surfaced because of demand for both undergraduate and graduate housing.
Land Near Sidney-Pacific Will Be Developed for Residential Space
In a reversal, a parcel of land near the Sidney-Pacific dormitory will be developed as residential space following a controversial attempt to build laboratory space on the site.
Over Half of Next House Occupied by Class of ’07
The Class of 2007 is unevenly distributed in undergraduate housing, but the effect of the imbalance is not clear.
Solar Panels Provide Some Energy to Student Center
The use of solar power “demonstrates the need to explore alternative energies on our campus” and reduce emissions, said Laxmi J. Rao, senior project manager of utilities for MIT Facilities.
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