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Articles by Jessica J. Pourian

ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
February 1, 2011
After a donation of $24 million from Fariborz Maseeh ScD ’90 in September 2010, Ashdown House (W1) will rise again as Maseeh Hall this fall. The new dorm space will allow the undergraduate population to grow by about 200 students over the next three years.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
November 23, 2010
Flying home for Thanksgiving? Better pack your patience. You can expect long lines and new security measures at Logan Airport this week.
ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR
September 17, 2010
Dormitory desks have recently been flooded with packages — and tense e-mails asking residents to please pick up their packages.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
May 11, 2010
“There are going to be real musicians here tonight!” declared physics professor Christoph M.E. Paus — harnessing the energy in the room.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
March 30, 2010
“My gravy trainnnnnn!” exclaimed Jerry Holkins, co-creator of Penny Arcade after losing an arm-wrestling match to co-creator Mike Krahulik at a Q&A session at the Penny Arcade Exposition last weekend.
STAFF REPORTER
February 9, 2010
On Friday, February 5th, Princeton professor Paul Krugman PhD ’77, 2008 Nobel Laureate in Economics, New York Times opinion columnist and former MIT professor spoke about the economic crisis, comparing it to the Great Depression.
STAFF REPORTER
February 2, 2010
On October 23, 2009, President Barack Obama came to MIT to speak about clean energy and the Recovery act. He also toured several Institute labs that are working on energy issues.
STAFF REPORTER
January 20, 2010
“If you’ve ever been like super ridiculous caffeinated and drank two Rockstars and didn’t have anything to eat, sort of get that brain fuzz and can’t look at anything straight and everything is peripheral vision; that’s how being on Ritalin feels to me.”
STAFF REPORTER DECEMBER 17, 2009
January 6, 2010
“XKCD is here in 26-100 tonight.”
STAFF REPORTER
November 10, 2009
Leland Cheung, a graduate student in the Sloan School of Business, will become the first Asian-American and the youngest member ever of the Cambridge City Council, preliminary results from the city show.
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