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Jennifer L. Wong
On Monday, Ayr Muir ’00, owner of the Clover Food Truck, uses an iPhone to take down orders and send them to Clover employees. The truck is located outside of MIT Medical and is open from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
NEWS EDITOR
September 15, 2009
Four patients have tested positive for influenza A at MIT Medical in the past week, Chief of Medicine Howard M. Heller said yesterday.
September 15, 2009
Ayr Muir ’00 tastes a forkful of potato salad, savoring the bite. “More olive oil,” he suggests to the cook. After more oil has been added, Muir takes another bite. “Much better,” he confirms.
STAFF REPORTER
September 15, 2009
Since MIT opened its doors to its first woman student in 1873, the Institute has increasingly worked to provide a wealth of support to both its undergraduate and graduate female students. With the recent layoff of Lynn Roberson, long-time assistant director and advocate of Women’s Programs and Support, however, one aspect of this support has been eliminated for the second time.
September 15, 2009
The Class of 2013 performed similarly on the Advanced Standing Exams (ASEs) to the Class of 2012, with a few variations. This year, more freshman passed 8.01 (Classical Mechanics), 8.02 (Electricity & Magnetism), and 18.01 (Single Variable Calculus). The Math Diagnostic results were once again used as a strict cutoff for entry into 8.012 (the more intense, lecture-based version of 8.01), but there was no cutoff for entry into 8.01.



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