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Articles by Angeline Wang

NEWS AND FEATURES DIRECTOR
November 7, 2008
The Physics Department has agreed to fund a third month of paid maternity leave for female physics graduate students, an extension of the two months of childbirth accommodation provided for female graduate students Institute-wide.
NEWS AND FEATURES DIRECTOR
August 26, 2008
This is the second interview in a five-part series introducing incoming students to some of MIT’s faculty, staff, and student leaders. Today, The Tech features an interview with Costantino “Chris” Colombo, the new dean for student life, on his second day of work.
NEWS AND FEATURES DIRECTOR
August 26, 2008
About the same percentage of incoming freshmen received their top choices in this year’s Summer Housing Lottery compared with last year. The Housing Lottery placed the students of the Class of 2012 in their top four dormitory choices like last year; the two years prior, the freshman class was placed in their top three choices.
NEWS AND FEATURES DIRECTOR
August 8, 2008
Costantino “Chris” Colombo, dean for student affairs at Columbia University’s undergraduate schools, was chosen as MIT’s new dean for student life. Colombo, whose appointment is effective beginning Aug. 18, will move into Next House with his family.
NEWS AND FEATURES DIRECTOR
June 13, 2008
An MIT graduate student was injured Wednesday in a small lab explosion in Building 16.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
June 6, 2008
Ten thousand people are expected to attend this morning’s Commencement exercises, at which a Nobel laureate will speak and about 2,300 students will receive almost 2,600 degrees.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
March 14, 2008
In many departments, UROP research proposals can now be submitted online by students and approved online by faculty and UROP coordinators.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
February 19, 2008
Freshman grades have improved since the change from pass/no record grading to A/B/C/no record grading in the spring term, according to a report released last month by the Committee on the Undergraduate Program. But sophomore grade point averages for both fall and spring terms have remained constant since the change.
February 5, 2008
After students were found exploring the MIT Faculty Club by the Campus Police late on a Saturday night and found themselves facing felony charges, MIT found itself struggling to define exactly how it valued the hacking community. The result of MIT’s soul-searching, a statement and a set of guidelines to be included in the student handbook, was drafted throughout 2007 with input from students.
EDITOR IN CHIEF
December 11, 2007
As a result of this year’s student group space allocations, a number of rooms in the Student Center and Walker Memorial have been marked as spaces that could “be allocated in more creative ways to better serve the student group community,” according to the Association of Student Activities.
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