The Tech - Online EditionMIT's oldest and largest
newspaper & the first
newspaper published
on the web
Boston Weather: 26.0°F | Overcast
Photos by John A. Hawkinson (left) and Elizabeth D’Arienzo (Right)—The Tech
City of Cambridge public works employees repair a broken water main on Massachusetts Avenue outside Building 33 (left). The Student Center (W20) was without water for most of Sunday because of the break, and all bathrooms in the building were sealed off (right). The building was closed down for repairs overnight, and opened again early yesterday morning.
STAFF REPORTER
November 30, 2010
Dean for Student Life Chris Colombo and the House and Dining Advisory Group (HDAG) updated the dining plan yesterday with lunch options as well as a cheaper $2,500 plan to appease upperclassmen wary of mandatory dining.
STAFF REPORTER
November 30, 2010
The selection of Xerox CEO Ursula M. Burns as commencement speaker marks the fourth time in five years that MIT has chosen a member of the MIT Corporation, raising the question: How are final speakers are chosen?
STAFF REPORTER
November 30, 2010
Students returning from their Thanksgiving break on Sunday were greeted by orange, yellow, and white signs plastered on the doors of the student center announcing that the building was without water and functioning restrooms. Bathrooms were cordoned off with tape.
November 30, 2010
At approximately 11:30 a.m. on Monday, a 57-year-old male MBTA passenger fell onto the tracks and was killed by an inbound Red Line subway train, according to The Cambridge Chronicle. As of 10 p.m. last night, the identity of the victim has not yet been released by MBTA officials. It is not known if the victim is affiliated with MIT.




Campus Life

Arts
  • Arts was not published this issue.