Freshman Falls Through Bldg. 5 Skylight|
An MIT freshman fell one and a half stories through a skylight on the roof of Building 5 early Sunday morning. The student, who is currently at Massachusetts General Hospital, suffered numerous broken bones and “was quite badly hurt,” said Dean for Student Life Larry G. Benedict, but is no longer in critical condition.
EECS Revamps Course Structure
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MIT and City Collaborate To Provide Free Wireless
A collaboration with MIT researchers may provide Cambridge with a free, city-wide, wireless internet service as early as late summer. The project will rely on a mesh networking technology that allows individual computers to become new access points, projecting the reach of the network beyond its original antennas.
Panhel Recruitment Opens With Record Interest Level
More women than ever before have registered for sorority recruitment this year, according to the Panhellenic Association, which declined to release the exact number.
MIT Police Ready for Slightly Delayed Move to Building W89
The MIT Police will begin moving into their new home in Building W89 on Feb. 15, two weeks later than initially planned. The new space, which underwent a $2.4 million renovation exclusively for the MIT Police, will provide relief from overcrowding at the current location in the du Pont Athletic Gymnasium (Building W31) as well as “room to grow for the future,” said John DiFava, chief of the MIT Police.
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