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Pillars illustrating the MIT community’s concerns over communication, hacking, dining, and housing appeared in Lobby 7 on Oct. 17 as part of a “tool in” organized by protesters calling themselves the “Campaign for Students.”
February 3, 2009
As the next semester begins, The Tech looks back on the news stories of 2008 with this Year in Review. Take a moment to look back at the many news stories that affected MIT, and the handful of MIT events that impacted the nation.
February 3, 2009
Several important events relating to changes in housing policies and hacking incidents affected students in the past year. Student perception of being omitted in several important decisions led to the creation of a student group voicing these concerns. A newly formed Task Force attempted to tackle some of these concerns and increase student involvement in the decision-making process.
February 3, 2009
For anyone on campus over the past year, one thing that’s been visibly changing is the landscape. Over 2008, buildings were constantly being renovated — Here are some of the larger construction projects of 2008.
February 3, 2009
MIT worked toward revamping its General Institute Requirements in 2008. Possible curriculum reforms would simplify the structure of the HASS requirement, add flavors to core science classes, and introduce pilot versions of broad-themed humanities classes geared towards freshman.

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