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Articles by Michael McGraw-Herdeg

CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
March 19, 2010
A freshman was found seriously injured after a long fall that left him immobilized for hours in the Stata Center on Thursday morning.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
March 19, 2010
Next year, MIT says, the all-inclusive cost of tuition, room, and board will top $50,000. What would happen if MIT made an executive decision that, by 2020, tuition would be free?
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
March 2, 2010
Vice Chancellor and Dean for Graduate Education Steven R. Lerman ’72 will leave at the end of this academic year for George Washington University, where he will be Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.
February 2, 2010
MIT police probably would not have called in the fire department to inspect a bomb-shaped concrete hemisphere on Kresge Oval if someone had taken responsibility for it before or immediately after they put it up.
January 27, 2010
An unknown number of second-semester freshmen choose to live in their fraternities, technically breaking MIT rules, and the Institute does not regulate the practice. Everyone knows about it. Regulating the practice, rather than pretending it does not exist, would protect MIT students from whatever risks it may incur.
STAFF REPORTER
November 13, 2009
Kabelo Zwane ’12 was found dead on Saturday, Nov. 7, in a wooded area in Bedford, Mass., the MIT News Office reported yesterday afternoon. He was 21.
STAFF REPORTER; LAST UPDATED AT 12:50 A.M. MONDAY.
November 13, 2009
Administrators believe that “as far as we now know,” missing graduate student Guangtao Cong “is safe and we know his whereabouts,” said Dean for Graduate Education Steven R. Lerman ’72 on Saturday.
STAFF WRITER
October 20, 2009
WHAT IT IS: The latest generation “iPod Nano” represents Apple Inc.’s contributions to the hot world of portable music and video players, currently a market dominated by Apple Inc.
September 25, 2009
When science reporters write about technology that isn’t really new, they should say so up front.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
August 28, 2009
No more paper Add/Drop forms? Undergrads forced out of their dorms after three years? Online master’s degrees? GIRs taught during the summer? Shuttered Athena clusters?
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