The Tech - Online EditionMIT's oldest and largest
newspaper & the first
newspaper published
on the web
Boston Weather: 51.0°F | Heavy Rain Fog/Mist and Windy
Benjamin F. Reynolds
219 Vassar St., unoccupied for the past five years, will soon be demolished to make room for a new and much needed MIT daycare. Funded by David H. Koch ’62 and Charles W. Johnson ’55, the daycare is set to be finished by August 2013.
EDITOR IN CHIEF
September 25, 2012
MIT is opening a new daycare center at 219 Vassar Street, where the current building is up for demolition and will be replaced by a dedicated daycare facility. Slated to open by end of summer 2013, the new center will have spots for 126 children — nearly doubling the size of MIT’s current daycare population of 142.
(1 comment)
STAFF REPORTER
September 25, 2012
The past week was full of celebrations in honor of the inauguration of MIT’s 17th president, L. Rafael Reif. The events reached a peak Friday afternoon with the inaugural ceremony in Killian Court.
NEWS EDITOR
September 25, 2012
The inauguration of President L. Rafael Reif didn’t stop the students from scrambling to talk to companies at this year’s Career Fair on Friday. Johnson Ice Rink and the 3rd floor track were still packed with students hoping to network with the 370+ companies that attended this year’s fair.
NEWS EDITOR
September 25, 2012
During MIT fraternity Rush this fall, 375 rushees were offered a total of 440 bids (one person can receive more than one bid), which is an average of 1.18 bids per person, according to statistics provided by Interfraternity Council (IFC) president Thomas A. Anderson ’13. As of Monday, 324 rushees (86.4 percent) have pledged. MIT’s Panhellenic Association offered 173 bids this year, after 350 women registered for the first day of recruitment.



More News
Opinion

Arts
  • Arts was not published this issue.