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John a. Hawkinson—The Tech
MIT Police question Jason Reed in connection with a sexual assault shortly after 3:45 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Reed was charged with rape and trespassing.
Rui Luo—The Tech
Leland Cheung, MIT student and member of the Cambridge City Council.
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Mia Wasikowska plays 19-year-old Alice, who returns to Wonderland to fulfill her true destiny.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
MIT Police examine the area on the first floor of Building 2, where the incident took place.
Aviv Ovadya—The Tech
Compost bins now accompany trash and recycling bins in Lobby 10.
Vibin Kundukulam—The Tech
Video cameras continue to be installed around campus, increasing the likelihood that the movements of students and staff may be recorded. Pictured above is one of two cameras recently installed in the lobby of Building 54. At the same time, one or more cameras were installed in the basement entrances of the same building.
Thomas W. Komola, manger of the Security and Emergency Management office, said that cameras became functional just last week and that the School of Science had requested them after a series of thefts.
The footage from these cameras is managed by the Security Office, Komola said, is subject to the same access restrictions as their other cameras: “The MIT Police Department is the sole entity that may request and use this information,” and “a written request must be signed and presented by the Chief of MIT Police.”
John A. Hawkinson
ANDREW SWAYZE
Maxwell Mann ‘12 observes as Nathan Lachenmyer ‘10 works to free the drive chain from the bell at the Kendall Red Line station. The MIT Kendall Band Preservation Society began their work repairing and refurbishing the Paul Matisse musical sculpture yesterday.
Jasmine Florentine—The Tech
A new SafeRide television has been installed behind the Student Center. Only its casing was visible for most of the week.