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Articles by John A. Hawkinson

STAFF REPORTER
August 24, 2012
Novartis has agreed to keep the lush green courtyard of their new campus open seven days a week, in response to requests and feedback from the Cambridge Planning Board. Last month, their previous proposal with weekday-only access was rejected by the board.
STAFF REPORTER
August 1, 2012
MIT and Forest City, the developers of University Park, are poised to receive approval to construct a new life sciences building at 300 Massachusetts Avenue, immediately north of Random Hall.
STAFF REPORTER
August 1, 2012
On July 17, the Cambridge Planning Board reviewed Novartis’ plans for fencing its public access courtyard at the new Novartis campus. The board rejected the plans due to concerns over the courtyard security, requiring Novartis to come back with a new proposal.
STAFF REPORTER
June 13, 2012
How hard was it to select L. Rafael Reif as MIT’s 17th president? By all accounts, everyone wanted Reif.
STAFF REPORTER
June 8, 2012
Faculty resistance to MIT 2030 is increasing.
STAFF REPORTER
June 8, 2012
MIT has released its compensation and salary data for calendar year 2010, as part of MIT’s 2010 tax return filed on May 15, 2012. (MIT’s 2010 tax year is its fiscal year 2011: from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011.) President Hockfield broke the $1 million dollar barrier in her total compensation for the first time for any MIT president.
STAFF REPORTER
May 15, 2012
Information Services and Technology is deploying antennas and amplifiers in buildings across campus to improve cellular reception.
STAFF REPORTER
May 15, 2012
The investigation into the Dec. 27, 2011 death of Phyo Kyaw ’10 is complete, and it has been ruled an accident. Kyaw was killed when his bicycle and a J. P. Noonan tanker truck collided as the truck turned right from Massachusetts Avenue onto Vassar Street in rainy weather after dark that evening.
STAFF REPORTER
May 4, 2012
MIT’s new plan for the future of the Kendall Square and the Institute’s eastern campus envisions an outdoor extension of the Infinite Corridor from E25 to E53, and a new open “riverwalk” from the Kendall’s Point Park along Wadsworth Street to the Charles River.
STAFF REPORTER
April 27, 2012
MIT will present a new round of its ideas for the future of Kendall Square and the MIT campus east of Ames St. at Tuesday evening’s public meeting of the Cambridge Planning Board.
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