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NEWS EDITOR
September 11, 2009
The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity lost its appeal and has been expelled from MIT, the Interfraternity Council announced yesterday.
NEWS EDITOR
November 25, 2008
Alia Whitney-Johnson ’08 and Matthew L. Gethers ’09 are MIT’s latest Rhodes Scholars, two of 32 scholarship winners nationwide who will study next year at Oxford.
NEWS EDITOR
November 4, 2008
Building 66 sustained extensive water damage after a high-pressure steam pipe burst in the sub-basement Friday night, according to Steven K. Wetzel, manager of facilities for the Chemical Engineering department. No one was injured, Wetzel said, though repairs will probably cost upwards of seven figures.
NEWS EDITOR
October 31, 2008
MIT employees gave nearly $900,000 in political contributions this election cycle, a search of the Federal Election Commission’s public database reveals.
NEWS EDITOR
October 17, 2008
Students are planning a sit-in today in Lobby 7 to protest the administration’s treatment of student issues like hacking, housing, and dining.
NEWS EDITOR
October 14, 2008
To spend down its large budget surplus, the Dormitory Council will not tax the dorms this semester.
NEWS EDITOR
September 9, 2008
On April 6, 2008, a clip of an Oklahoma police officer assaulting a man appeared on the popular video-sharing site YouTube. Tagged with “police,” “brutality” and “beat up,” it received over 20,000 views in the ten brief days that it was available.
NEWS EDITOR
August 27, 2008
This year, for the first time ever, graduate students will be able to purchase basic dental insurance through MIT.
STAFF REPORTER
May 13, 2008
Five years ago, if you called on campus for an ambulance, the MIT Police would show up. The officers dispatched to help you would be fully-certified emergency medical technicians, but they still carried badges. These police EMTs might take you to the hospital, but they might also write you up afterwards.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
May 6, 2008
Starting July, GPS tracking will return to MIT’s shuttle buses.
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