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Judge Bruce R. Henry will decide if Anna L. Tang (left), the Wellesley student who stabbed Wolfe B. Styke ’11 (right) in October 2007, was too mentally ill to “appreciate the wrongfulness of her conduct.”
STAFF REPORTER
December 3, 2010
The administration continues to explore the option of renovating Walker Memorial into an academic building. The tentative plan is for Walker to become the new home of the Music and Theater Arts department, which may displace some of the clubs that currently occupy space in Walker.
NEWS EDITOR
December 3, 2010
Anna L. Tang is mentally ill. Anna L. Tang stabbed Wolfe B. Styke ’11 seven times, but did not kill him.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
December 3, 2010
Who was MIT’s president during World War I? How many graduate resident tutors (GRTs) are there? What’s the difference between “Course” and “course”? What are the Pantone colors for the MIT red and gray logo?
December 3, 2010
Omar Khalidi, who worked at the MIT Libraries from 1983 until last month, died Monday after being struck by a train at the Kendall Square MBTA station.




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