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Members of the Media Lab CityCar project lift a scale prototype of their electric vehicle onto a display at the MIT Museum. The museum is featuring a year-long exhibit for MIT’s 150th anniversary, highlighting 150 objects from the Institute’s history.
STAFF REPORTER
January 5, 2011
A pulverized piano. The MIT CityCar. The original Bose prototype speaker. These items, and 147 others, will be presented to the world in the MIT 150 Exhibition at the MIT Museum. The exhibit, which aims to chronicle 150 years of Institute history through 150 objects, opens this Saturday to kick off a semester-long celebration of MIT’s 150th birthday.
STAFF REPORTER
January 5, 2011
It’s no surprise that Facebook accounts make up 78 percent of total social networking usage online, according to marketing firm Social Twist — but what about Twitter? An update of 140 characters or less may seem like an unlikely news source, but more and more companies and organizations, including media outlets, are jumping to add Twitter to their methods of reaching the masses.
NEWS EDITOR
January 5, 2011
Wolfe B. Styke ’10 is suing MIT and Russell J. Novello, a former Next House security guard, for $50,000 in a personal injury lawsuit filed in October in Middlesex Superior Court.
THE NEW YORK TIMES; DEC. 19, 2010
January 5, 2011
STONY BROOK, N.Y. — Rushing a student to a psychiatric emergency room is never routine, but when Stony Brook University logged three trips in three days, it did not surprise Jenny Hwang, the director of counseling.




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