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Room 68-164 opened as a lounge for biology postdocs last week. The space was formerly occupied by the Bio Cafe, which was replaced by the Koch Cafe. The windows face the Stata Center and the walls are adorned with artwork by Bill Thomson.
NEWS EDITOR
February 10, 2012
Students on campus during IAP might have noticed some unfamiliar faces working at dormitory desks across campus.
February 10, 2012
With dining firmly behind us and orientation plans still in the works, it’s time students turn their attention to the bigger, more transformational things happening at MIT. We’ve pointed out the need for students to talk about big issues before. It’s now time to get more specific.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
February 10, 2012
President Barack Obama announced his nomination of Jeremy C. Stein PhD ’86 and Jerome H. “Jay” Powell to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors last December.
STAFF REPORTER
February 10, 2012
Kendall Square is heating up in the coming months with the addition of a new Chipotle restaurant. The Mexican fast-food chain, set to open in the spring of 2012 at 3 Cambridge Center, will be one of over a dozen new restaurants that have opened in the Kendall Square area in the past two years.
STAFF REPORTER
February 10, 2012
Venturing into the city? Ever think of heading just a few blocks down from campus to Central Square instead, the geographic “heart of Cambridge?” Former Cambridge mayor David Maher and his Red Ribbon Commission on the Delights and Concerns of Central Square, appointed in June 2010, think there is more potential in this title than just the location. Following 16 months of work, last December, they published a report covering new proposals and ideas for Central’s future revitalization and development.



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