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Professor Steven B. Leeb ’87 instructs freshman Rui Hu how to ride the Go-Kart with Tucker Chan ’12 looking behind them. The Go-Kart is a product of Power Electronics Laboratory (6.131).
STAFF REPORTER
August 28, 2008
About 700 Institute employees have signed up for free transit passes through the Institute for the month of September.
NEWS EDITOR
August 28, 2008
In a college admissions cycle that saw major changes in financial aid and early application programs, the final admissions statistics and profile for the Class of 2012 remained comparable to previous years with the only sizable effect being an increase in female applicants to MIT.
STAFF REPORTER
August 28, 2008
This is the fourth interview in a five-part series introducing incoming students to some of MIT’s faculty, staff, and student leaders. Today, The Tech features an interview with Oaz Nir G, the president of the Graduate Student Council, who describes the GSC’s advocacy and offers advice to incoming graduate students.
STAFF REPORTER
August 28, 2008
Over the summer, we at The Tech heard there was a war between Russia and the country of Georgia. Curious, I turned to the popular source for cartographic data, Google Maps.




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