Trangendered Added To Anti-Bias Policy
MIT has added protection for transgendered individuals to its Nondiscrimination Policy statement, making “gender identity” the first newly protected category since “sexual orientation” was added in 1981.
Early Applications Drop Twenty Percent; Yale, Others Alter Policy
MIT received 2,865 early action applications this year, approximately 20 percent less than the 3,579 it received last year.
Morss Hall Will Soon Be Open to Student Groups
Possible uses for the space include a practice area for dance performance groups during the day. MIT also plans to use the space for catered events and conferences, said Director of Campus Dining Richard D. Berlin III.
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