Dollar Bill Mural Faces Uncertain Future|
Scheduled for demolition over winter break, MIT’s dollar bill mural has been spared, at least for now.
MIT Alum Makes ‘Geek’ TV Debut
Dressed in a flamboyant Hawaiian shirt and tacky bow tie, Ankur Mehta ’04 may not be every girl’s dream right now, but the TV show “Beauty and the Geek 2” will test his potential for finding his inner hunk.
Tech Square Up for Sale As MIT Finishes Revamp
MIT is putting on the market Technology Square, its eight-building, 1.1-million-square-foot life sciences complex on the edge of campus near Kendall Square.
The Odds Get Worse in ’06 As Even More Apply to MIT
Life is getting harder for MIT students, even before they arrive on campus — regular applications rose seven percent this year, following on the heels of a 16 percent jump in early applicants this fall.
Exhuming Defunct Course 20, Faculty Seeks Its Rebirth As BE
Who knew biological engineering could raise the dead?
Tulane Students Strive to Save Engineering Majors
In the early 1900s, the Sewerage and Water Board here hired a young student from Tulane University’s School of Engineering to help deal with flooding and drainage, the city’s most vexing problems.
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