A SafeRide shuttle crashed last Tuesday night at 11:50 p.m. The accident, which involved two other cars, occurred at the intersection of Mass Ave. and Memorial Drive. Parking and Transportation manager Larry R. Brutti said that no students were on the shuttle at the time. The shuttle is temporarily out of commission because of damage to its front. Safe Ride will run on its usual schedule despite the accident.
When MIT’s lawsuit against Frank Gehry was settled this February, there was “No money involved,” Gehry told The Chicago Tribune in an e-mail Tuesday. The lawsuit was over design and construction failures in the Stata Center.
Teach a class to high-school students this summer! HSSP summer registration is open. Visit the Educational Studies Program website for more information: http://esp.mit.edu.
Want to be a member of a UA committee next year? The application deadline is tomorrow at 5 p.m. To sign up, e-mail your application to email@example.com.
In a letter to the MIT community last Tuesday, President Susan J. Hockfield reported that the endowment will have a positive return this year, the volume of research at the Institute increased, and the budget is getting closer to being balanced. For the full letter, see http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2010/financial-update.html.
The Day of Silence is today. Protest LGBT discrimination by wearing a brightly-colored shirt.