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Lauren E. Clark ’14 walks the runway on Friday in Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATWalk fashion show. Proceeds from ticket sales help raise money for “Court Appointed Special Advocates,” which trains community volunteers to speak on behalf of abused and neglected children in court.
STAFF REPORTER
November 23, 2010
The David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research has begun moving into its newly finished home in Building 76, which replaced a parking lot along Main Street between Ames and Vassar.
STAFF REPORTER
November 23, 2010
Jennifer I. Lai ’11 is MIT’s latest Rhodes scholar, joining an elite group of 43 MIT alumni.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
November 23, 2010
Flying home for Thanksgiving? Better pack your patience. You can expect long lines and new security measures at Logan Airport this week.
STAFF REPORTER
November 23, 2010
A bachelor’s degree in computer science and molecular biology was proposed by the Departments of Biology and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at the Nov. 17 faculty meeting. At the faculty meeting, Eric L. Grimson PhD ’80, head of the EECS department, said that the EECS faculty “basically unanimously endorsed” the proposal. Commentary at the meeting was so positive that at the end of the discussion, MIT President Susan J. Hockfield asked, “Anyone else want to join the love-fest?”