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Admissions Counselor Chris Peterson directs a new MIT Admissions video — a tour of MIT led by Tim the Beaver set to, and incorporating motifs from, the song “Pure Imagination.”
STAFF REPORTER
October 4, 2011
In her Monday morning State of the Institute address, President Susan J. Hockfield spoke about MIT’s preparation for the future in four main areas: attracting and retaining high-quality students, faculty, and staff; digital learning technology; encouraging the growth of this region’s “innovation cluster”; and making strides in the area of advanced manufacturing.
October 4, 2011
Last Friday at 6 p.m., several hundred people were already milling about Dewey Square by South Station in Boston. A man with buttons lining his hat took the megaphone to start the chant, “Whose city? Our city!”; Dan, it was explained to me, was an old face at protests in the city.
October 4, 2011
Exam season is starting up again! But if you decide to take a study break and get out of the bubble, you’ll notice there are a few things right off campus that have changed since last semester.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
October 4, 2011
When a representative of the Nobel Foundation could not reach Dr. Ralph M. Steinman by telephone Monday to deliver the thrilling news that he had been awarded a Nobel Prize in Medicine for his breakthrough work in immunology, he sent him an email about the honor.
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