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Boston Weather: 52.0°F | Light Drizzle Fog/Mist
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What To Drive Out? artist response by Liu Xiaodong.
Source: MIT Investment Management Company
An artist’s rendition of Kendall Square, looking east towards Boston, in the springtime after development. The plans are not definite and are certain to change in the future.
Image: Google; Illustration: Joanna Kao, John A. Hawkinson
MIT plans to develop its real estate at 298-334 Mass Ave. A five-story, 240,000 square foot facility will replace buildings just north of Random Hall.
Source: MIT INVESTMENT Management Company
The numbered buildings on the map indicate areas that could be developed as part of MIT’s plan to revitalize Kendall Square within the next five to twelve years.
Source: Department of Facilities
Major improvements are planned for the MIT Sailing Pavilion, located on the Charles River across from Walker Memorial.
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Spring Romance artist response by Yu Hong.
An artist’s rendition of what Kendall could look like in the wintertime. A large screen might exist in the background and there might be dances. Or not — these are preliminary conceptions, and are certain to change.
A view of the Kendall Inbound T stop as it exists today. There is little connection to the rest of campus, and visitors come out of the stop and say, “Where’s MIT?”
Joseph D’Amelio is scheduled to go on trial on March 22, 2011. D’Amelio was charged after receiving a package containing hundreds of prescription painkillers at an auto shop in East Boston on Saturday, March 13, 2009.
John A. Hawkinson—The Tech
Anna L. Tang was found not guilty by reason of insanity by Middlesex Superior Court judge Bruce R. Henry. The judge ordered her to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
A present-day view of Kendall Square looking down Main Street towards Boston. MIT recognizes that the retail space in Kendall Square today doesn’t engage passers-by.
Minh Phan—The Tech
Nicholas A. Davis ’14 goes for the lay-up against two UMass-Boston defenders on Tuesday night. MIT won 92-68, improving its record to 7-1.
David Chen—The Tech
Members of the Asian Dance Team rehearse a traditional dance for their upcoming performance. The show will take place on Saturday at 6 p.m. in Kresge auditorium.
David Chen—The Tech
Mysterious hackers managed to hang a very large cheese in 10-250 on Thursday morning, just in time for the final session of 18.02. The cheese is a reference to the fact that the class always says “cheese!” when Professor Bjorn Poonen makes a mistake in lecture.
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Annie Y. Kwon ’11, Alvin S. Chen ’11, and Jessie S. Jeon G perform a set of pieces by Felix Mendelssohn as part of the MIT Chamber Music Society on Wednesday night.
Sam Range—The Tech
Materials Science Professor Donald R. Sadoway removes the foil on a bottle of Champagne Wednesday in his final lecture for 3.091, the solid-state chemistry GIR class he has taught for 16 years. Following a lecture on eutectic properties of mixtures, Sadoway explained the chemistry of Champagne production and demonstrated the proper serving of the beverage.