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An attendee examines “Untitled Drawings” by Emily W. Tow G at the Graduate Arts Soiree on the evening of Friday, March 14. Guests were greeted on the sixth floor of the Media Lab with over 30 works of art as well as performances by a live band.

March 21, 2014
The Class of 2017’s pass rate for the math and science General Institute Requirements (GIRs) was 97.2 percent last semester, an improvement over last year’s rate of 96.7 percent. Around 12.9 percent (144 students) of the Class of 2017 received at least one flag in a GIR, given to students who have a D or F in a class five weeks into the semester, and 86.8 percent (125 students) of those who received one or more flags passed their GIRs.
March 21, 2014
Voo Doo, a humor magazine published by MIT students, was not found to be in violation of Title IX, according to a report sent to officers and council members of the Undergraduate Association (UA) on Monday.
March 21, 2014
When Hadi Kasab was a boy in Lebanon, he went through a phase of carrying a small briefcase to school.
March 21, 2014
Patrick J. McGovern ’59, a longstanding MIT supporter who made the gift that launched MIT’s McGovern Institute for Brain Research, died March 19 at the age of 76. As an MIT undergraduate, McGovern studied biophysics and later went on to found International Data Group (IDG), a publisher of computer-related news, information, and research.

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