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David M. Templeton—The Tech
(foreground, from left) Undergraduate Association Senate Speaker Jason C. Forte ’09, Vice President for Institute Affairs and Secretary of the MIT Corporation Kirk D. Kolenbrander, President Susan J. Hockfield, and UA President Noah S. Jessop ’09 address a packed UA Senate meeting on Monday evening in W20-400.
November 4, 2008
President Susan J. Hockfield met with the MIT Undergraduate Association in an senate meeting last night to discuss student issues and how to open channels of communication between students and the administration.
November 4, 2008
Last night, MIT Director of Facilities and Security John DiFava and Captain Albert F. Pierce Jr. met with about sixty students in East Campus’ Talbot Lounge for an hour-long question and answer session on hacking. DiFava suggested that his top priority is keeping hackers safe, but ultimately said that the MIT community needs to have a large discussion about how hacking should be addressed on campus.
November 4, 2008
To reach out to students in the Cambridge area, organizers of the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament will be holding a new contest this Saturday exclusively for local high school students.
November 4, 2008
Building 66 sustained extensive water damage after a high-pressure steam pipe burst in the sub-basement Friday night, according to Steven K. Wetzel, manager of facilities for the Chemical Engineering department. No one was injured, Wetzel said, though repairs will probably cost upwards of seven figures.

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