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MELISSA RENÉE SCHUMACHER—The Tech

A community gathering in memory of Matthew L. Nehring ’18 was held in the Memorial Lobby of Building 10 on Tuesday night. President L. Rafael Reif addressed the attendees.

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Christina E. Tournant ’18, who lived in Maseeh Hall, has died at home in Florida while on voluntary medical leave, President L. Rafael Reif wrote in an email to campus last Friday.
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
March 5, 2015
The defense attorney for alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev said Wednesday that it was his brother Tamerlan, and not Tsarnaev himself, who killed MIT Police Officer Sean Collier on April 18, 2013.
STAFF REPORTER
March 5, 2015
Thousands of MIT alumni, students, and faculty are calling on MIT to divest its $12.4 billion endowment from fossil-fuel companies, an endeavor that MIT alumnus Rajesh Kasturirangan PhD ’04 calls “a moral obligation comparable to college divestment from South Africa during the Apartheid regime.”
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STAFF REPORTER
March 5, 2015
MIT needs to develop its relationship with the Arab World, according to the MIT Arab Students Organization (ASO). This is the focus of their most recent effort, the MIT Middle East and North Africa Career Fair (MENA).
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NEWS EDITORS
March 5, 2015
Matthew L. Nehring ’18, a resident of East Campus and a native of Colorado, died Saturday night.




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