Westgate Fire Due to Broken Steam Coil |
A basement electrical fire forced residents of the Westgate apartments to evacuate the building around 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Westgate President Giorgia Bettin G said that nobody was injured.
ILG’s Complete Their IAP Rush
All five of MIT’s Independent Living Groups have finished the Independent Activities Period rush, with mixed reactions among rush chairs about the recruitment period.
MITSO Conductor Anzolini to Leave, Tenure No Longer Offered for Position
This June, Associate Professor Dante Anzolini, music director of the MIT Symphony and Chamber Orchestras, will leave MIT after having served the eight-year maximum a professor has as a non-tenured faculty member. For the next MITSO director, the position will no longer be tenure-track, but instead a regular, full-time position.
Jet Stream Plays Role in Warm Weather
Who turned the weather machine on?
Even Summers Allies Unsure of His Future Capability to Govern
As Harvard University president Lawrence H. Summers faces a no-confidence vote and the university’s governing board considers whether to remove him from office, some of his biggest supporters on the faculty are questioning his ability to lead the divided university.
Sadoway Researches Ways To Produce Clean Energy
Years before climate change, greenhouse gases, or oil addictions broke into the popular consciousness, Donald R. Sadoway had a gut feeling: He did not want to spend his life studying oil.
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Philippines Did Not Enforce Alerts of Deadly Landslides