TEP Alumnus Found Dead|
Kevin McCormick ’99 died this past Sunday in his apartment while on ecstasy, according to an e-mail from Nicholas M. Hanssens G to his current and McCormick’s former fraternity, Tau Epsilon Phi.
Added Costs Aim to Build Community Dining
If you are wondering where all your friends are around dinnertime, you may be missing out on a broad initiative to build stronger residential communities through mandatory dormitory dining plans.
Engineering Might Join Science in GIR Classes
After nearly two years of work, the task force reviewing the General Institute Requirements is narrowing down its likely recommendations. One probable major shift is an integration of engineering into what is presently a core science requirement.
Postol Delivers Heated Talk As Faculty Voice Concerns
Professor Theodore A. Postol ’67 presented a far darker analysis of ethics at MIT during a lecture this Tuesday than President Susan Hockfield had just eight days earlier at the Miller Lecture on the responsibilities of the university.
Antimony L. Gerhardt
Antimony L. Gerhardt, an MIT graduate student in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department, died in her Cambridge apartment yesterday apparently of natural causes, although autopsy results are pending. Gerhardt was a “wonderful young lady, extremely sweet,” said Samuel C. Crooks, associate director of finance and sponsor relations for Microsystems Technology Laboratories, where Gerhardt did her research.
Stellar Web System Improves, Still Faces Accessibility Issues
After its introduction into the MIT community four years ago, the online class management system Stellar is carefully working its way to becoming a veteran upperclassman. While still facing problems about the accessibility of posted information, the system has matured considerably.
Fundraising Leader To Retire Next Year
Barbara G. Stowe, vice president for resource development, will retire at the end of the academic year. Her retirement, announced on Tuesday, Nov. 15, will end of a 25-year MIT career and 11-year vice-presidency.
The following incidents were reported to the Cambridge and/or MIT Police between Nov. 5 and Nov. 15. This summary does not include incidents such as suspicious activity, false alarms, general service calls, medical shuttles, or isolated incidents of theft.
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