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Residents of First East kick off the Bad Ideas Ball in East Campus on Sunday, Jan. 26 by celebrating the completion of a Disco Dancefloor. The dancefloor took well over a thousand man hours to construct and was funded by CAMIT, Techfair, Bad Ideas, and alumni donations.

STAFF REPORTER
January 29, 2014
3.091 is reverting back to its original format of lecture/recitation as the semester-long experiment comes to an end. Findings from the experiment are not yet conclusive, 3.091 Professor Michael J. Cima stressed in an email to The Tech; the full report to the Committee on the Undergraduate Program is due at the end of February.
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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
January 29, 2014
Robert A. Alberty, professor emeritus in the Department of Chemistry and former dean of MIT’s School of Science — whose seminal contributions to the thermodynamics and kinetics of biochemical reactions are still at the forefront of chemistry — passed away on Saturday, Jan. 18, at the age of 92.
January 29, 2014
Yesterday, Adèle Naudé Santos, dean of MIT’s School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) announced her intention to step down and return to faculty, effective at the end of the Spring semester. Santos is a professor in both the Department of Architecture and the Department of Urban Studies (DUSP), as well as a practicing architect with her own architecture studio in San-Francisco, Santos Prescott and Associates.
January 29, 2014



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