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The small Edgerton Lounge (NW10-034) has space to chat with friends as well as Athena computers and a printer.
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Trinity P. Leonard ’13 plays against Mills College in California over spring break. The Engineers beat Mills with an official win of 9-0, unofficial of 13-0.
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Ronan K. McGovern G performs at Rooftop Comedy’s preliminary stand-up competition at MIT. As part of the 4th annual National College Comedy Competition, MIT’s team will rival Tufts University at Mottley’s Comedy Club this Thursday.
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The results of the UA referendum show a majority disapproval of the dining plan recommended by the House Dining Advisory Group (HDAG). The new dining program will be implemented starting next fall, according to the Division of Student Life.
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Vanessa C. Bowens ’12
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The Given Lounge (35-520) is available with permission from the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity.
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Matthew R. Rodriguez ’11
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MIT Executive Vice President and Treasurer Theresa M. Stone SM ’76 speaks at the UA Senate meeting Monday evening, as UA President Vrajesh Y. Modi ’11 and Senate Speaker Jonté D. Craighead ’13 look on. At the meeting, Craighead and Modi fielded proposals for restructuring the UA.
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The Margaret Cheney Room (3-310) is a private space for MIT women complete with study areas, beds, showers, a kitchen, and a grand piano.
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The Dreyfoos Lounge on the first floor of the Stata Center boasts group study areas.
Students show disapproval of dining plan, process According to dining referendum, only 12 percent of students approve of HDAG’s process
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The Black Students’ Union (BSU) Lounge (50-105) is a place for BSU members to relax and hold events.
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Michael T. Lin ’11
Situation for Noon Eastern Time, Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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The Marlar Lounge (37-252) has the perfect equipment for practicing presentations.
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The CSAIL Recreation Zone (32-D440) offers fun diversions from a hard day of coding.
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Paul G. Hlebowitsh ’11
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Xindi Song ’10
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The CSAIL lounge (32-G950) is a popular location for larger events, like the kickoff of the CSAIL Olympics.
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The Tang Hall Lounge features a pool table and a flat panel TV mounted on the wall.
photo courtesy of Andrew Powell
William D. Drevo ’13
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The large Edgerton Lounge (NW10-032) has table-top games and a wide-screen TV.
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Ronan K. McGovern G
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The Concourse Lounge (16-128), open only to Concourse students, boats a kitchen and seminar room.
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The Green Room in the Infinite Corridor is a popular study destination between classes.
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Jacob S. Sharpe ’11
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The Rainbow Lounge (50-005) has LBGT-related materials in addition to study spaces.