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Articles by Margaret Cunniff

ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 15, 2011
Bon Appétit Management Company will be the provider for the new House Dining, effective next semester. Bon Appétit is the current provider for residential dining.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 1, 2011
In 1999, a group of women faculty members came together to report on the experience of being a tenured female faculty member at MIT. According to the original report, women faculty “proved to be underpaid, to have unequal access to the resources of MIT, to be excluded from any substantive power within the University.”
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
March 11, 2011
On Tuesday, four professors were announced as the 2011 MacVicar Fellows. Professor Bishwapriya Sanyal of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Associate Professor Christopher A. Schuh of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Professor George C. Verghese of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Professor Patrick H. Winston ’65 of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science were recognized for their contributions to undergraduate education at MIT.
STAFF REPORTER
March 4, 2011
This summer, East Campus and MacGregor will be open for MIT undergraduate housing. This marks the second summer of MIT’s efforts to consolidate students into fewer dorms to reduce costs.
STAFF REPORTER
February 8, 2011
In response to the new mandatory dining policy in McCormick Hall, some residents are calling for the establishment of a satellite all-female community in a non-dining dorm. Representatives from McCormick have met with administrators to discuss possible solutions. Though many residents have concerns about the new dining plan, only a minority are hoping to move to a new single-sex community.
STAFF REPORTER
December 10, 2010
MIT will work with Forest City Boston to build a new building at 298–334 Massachusetts Avenue, in the area just north of Random Hall, expanding research and retail opportunities along the block. Construction could start as soon as a year from now.
STAFF REPORTER
October 26, 2010
On Family Weekend, freshmen, their families, and alumni came together for a meet-and-greet over dessert, the first official Class Connections event. Muise estimates that there were about ten alumni at the event.
STAFF REPORTER
September 10, 2010
A $24-million donation by Fariborz Maseeh ScD ’90 will allow MIT to finish renovation of W1 and expand the undergraduate population by about 270 students to 4,500 students, an increase of about six percent, MIT announced Wednesday.
STAFF REPORTER
September 3, 2010
Freshmen around campus are finally able to unpack as permanent housing assignments were announced Wednesday, following the readjustment lottery.
STAFF REPORTER
June 4, 2010
Brian K. Baum ’10 calls his job “essentially glorified babysitting,” but he’s not watching over his neighbor’s kids. Instead, he is one of a small group of undergraduates who operates MIT’s nuclear reactor.
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