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STAFF REPORTER; 5:22 P.M.
October 19, 2010
An employee of Anna’s Taqueria stabbed a coworker non-fatally right above the navel at 4:25 p.m. on Wednesday outside W20 (Stratton Student Center).
STAFF REPORTER
October 12, 2010
PBE’s initiation process included pouring beer on pledges, according to one of the jurors from PBE’s Sept. 6 Judicial Committee hearing.
STAFF REPORTER
October 5, 2010
Real-time GPS tracking for the EZRide shuttle went live last Thursday, according to Information Services and Technology.
STAFF REPORTER
October 1, 2010
Several details have surfaced regarding the Phi Beta Epsilon (PBE) suspension. PBE alumni continue to send letters to <i>The Tech</i>, Dean of Student Life Chris Colombo, and President Susan Hockfield. IFC president, Ryan Schoen ’11 said that the PBE hazing took place between last fall’s pledging, through and including initiation (January 2010).
STAFF REPORTER
September 24, 2010
The Phi Beta Epsilon (PBE) fraternity was closed and given a four-year suspension by the Interfraternity Council (IFC) on Tuesday for violating no-tolerance policies on hazing, according to a statement by IFC president Ryan Schoen ’11.
STAFF WRITER
September 21, 2010
Twenty of the world’s best free-runners and parkour athletes gathered for the Red Bull Art of Motion competition held at City Hall Plaza in downtown Boston on Friday.
STAFF REPORTER; 4:41 P.M. TUESDAY
September 21, 2010
PBE has been shut down. MIT said today that the IFC has closed the Phi Beta Epsilon Fraternity.
STAFF REPORTER
September 3, 2010
For the second year in a row, the REX/Rush/Recruitment agreement between dorms, fraternities, sororities and living groups was not signed, leading to some confusion among rush and REX chairs.
STAFF REPORTER
August 31, 2010
I’m not a sports fanatic in any sense. I don’t follow the Red Sox or the Bruins, and I absolutely hate seeing blood or watching people get punched out.
STAFF REPORTER
August 27, 2010
For students living in New Ashdown and Sidney-Pacific, a common (if risky) route to class takes them across the railroad tracks, popping out on Vassar Street parking lot near the West Garage and Steinbrenner Stadium. MIT has for years considered building a formal foot crossing there, and those plans may finally be solidifying.
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