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Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
David W. Miliband SM ’90, British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, delivered the 2010 Compton Lecture in Kresge Auditorium on Wednesday.
STAFF REPORTER
March 12, 2010
A line of motorcycles, black SUVs, and police cars arrived at Kresge Auditorium on Wednesday to escort British foreign secretary David W. Miliband SM ’90, who became the youngest speaker to ever deliver the Compton lecture at MIT. In his lecture, “The War in Afghanistan: How to End it,” Miliband stressed that military operations were not enough to end the war; the Afghans must build their own political system.
STAFF REPORTER
March 12, 2010
The sodium that exploded in 2007 and injured volunteers from a Charles River clean up crew was thrown into the river by Bhaskar Mookerji G, a Tau Epsilon Phi brother, according to public court documents.
STAFF REPORTER
March 12, 2010
Three months after researchers started moving in, academia, industry, architects, and the press gathered to celebrate the official opening of the Media Lab extension (building E14). The Fumihiko Maki-designed extension to the Wiesner Building on Ames Street houses the Media Lab, the Program in Art, Culture, and Technology, and individual offices from the School of Architecture and Planning.
March 12, 2010
An article on Tuesday misspelled the name of an Undergraduate Association vice-presidential candidate. His name is Pall M. Kornmayer ’11, not Cornmayer. The same article incorrectly implied in one instance that Kornmayer is the running mate Ariel A. Torres ’12 running mate. Torres’s running mate is actually Jarrett R. Remsberg ’11. Kornmayer is the running mate of Ian P. Tracy ’11.




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