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A hazardous materials decontamination tent was set up in the Westgate parking lot on June 7 in response to a New House bomb scare. Cambridge and MIT police eventually determined that there was never any threat to campus safety, and that harmless construction materials were mistaken for pipe bombs. Nobody required decontamination.
Source: New Student Record 2010
Nicolas E. Del Castillo ’14
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
One of a few desert and beverage bars in the Howard Dining Hall in Maseeh Hall. The dining hall includes a number of food stations featuring different cuisines, plus a comfort food station and a grill.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
The Rebecca and Art Samberg Lobby. This lobby houses Maseeh’s front desk and the entrance to its dining hall, as well as a small lounge.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
The northern dining area of the Howard Dining Hall in Maseeh, one of two dining areas in the hall.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
Each Maseeh floor is similar in style, but the wall colors vary. Rooms are arranged hotel-style, with student rooms, GRT apartments, and bathrooms all branching off of the central halls. Maseeh also features air conditioning, elevators, and a new dining hall.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
A lounge with a working fireplace in the northern dining area of the Howard Dining Hall. The hall includes two dining areas, as well as a personal dining room that can be reserved for events or used as overflow space for diners.
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
The front desk at Maseeh Hall.
Elizabeth D’arienzo—The Tech
Maseeh’s lobby. Maseeh features a number of additional security measures at its entrance, including MIT ID card access to use the elevators or access the stairways from the main lobby.