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Articles by Kali Xu

CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR
April 25, 2014
How many MIT students does it take to build a solar-powered car? The MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team (SEVT), an Edgerton Center-sponsored, student-run group, can do it in two years with just 15-20 students.
CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR
January 31, 2014
Goodbye, 2013. We’ve had our ups and downs, and it’s finally time to leave you behind. I’ve met someone new: 2014.
CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR
November 5, 2013
“Immigrants work hard. Last year at this very time, we had Hurricane Sandy going on. In my neighborhood in New York, every American restaurant closed. What was open? Chinese restaurants. How do I know that? I look out my window, and the Chinese delivery guy I know is on his bike, delivering food because somebody ordered delivery during a hurricane. Ok, I ordered delivery. Because I knew he’d be there, and there he was!”
CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR
May 14, 2013
If you could meet one fictional character, who would it be?
CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR
May 14, 2013
Favorite TV show?
STAFF WRITER
February 28, 2012
For $1200: A computer message that something’s wrong; a classic one in DOS said, “abort, retry, fail?”
STAFF WRITER
December 13, 2011
“When I first came here, after a year or two, a lot of people told me I should leave. They said I was never going to even get promoted past assistant professor. A lot of people in the scientific community didn’t believe in the science I was doing; they thought it was wrong. And so I got my first nine grants turned down,” recounted Professor Robert S. Langer ScD ’74.
STAFF WRITER
October 25, 2011
Bets — sometimes they’re risky, sometimes they’re funny, and sometimes, you wonder whether you were delusional at the time you made them. One bet can change your life, for better or for worse.
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