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Articles by Katherine Nazemi

EDITOR IN CHIEF
April 5, 2016
An open mic night in the Media Lab Friday evening marked the finale of RAK Week, a week-long series of events on campus aimed to help people “connect through small acts of kindness.”
EDITOR IN CHIEF
March 31, 2016
A two-year “leave of absence” and a reaffirmation that students on leave are expected to return to the Institute to complete their degrees are among the recommendations detailed in a report released yesterday by the Committee on Academic Performance (CAP).
NEWS EDITOR
January 28, 2016
Undergraduates may have to find places other than their dorms to store their belongings over the summer.
NEWS EDITOR
January 21, 2016
The Undergraduate Association Executive Board will be conducting a survey to evaluate the UA’s diversity across multiple lines of identity including race and gender. The survey is motivated in part by a vote by the outgoing UA Council to not endorse a set of recommendations made by the Black Students’ Union (BSU).
NEWS EDITOR
January 14, 2016
Henry J. Humphreys is resigning from his position as Senior Associate Dean for Residential Life and Dining, effective Jan. 29.
NEWS EDITOR
January 7, 2016
Actor and filmmaker Matt Damon will be the commencement speaker for the Class of 2016, MIT announced Dec. 10.
NEWS EDITOR
December 3, 2015
Actor and filmmaker Matt Damon will be the commencement speaker for the Class of 2016, MIT announced Thursday.
NEWS EDITOR
October 29, 2015
Members of student group Fossil Free MIT are staging a sit-in outside of President L. Rafael Reif’s office in protest of what they see as inadequacies in MIT’s climate action plan.
NEWS EDITOR
October 8, 2015
The Dissolve “Un-conference” — which despite the name is hosted in collaboration with the ongoing Solve — will tackle questions of global inequality Thursday.
NEWS EDITOR
October 8, 2015
Mariko Davidson MCP ’13, who earned a master’s degree in city planning at MIT, is running for Cambridge City Council. Two other MIT alumni are currently up for reelection.
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