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Articles by Michael McGraw-Herdeg

EXECUTIVE EDITOR
June 12, 2009
The Committee on Discipline heard fewer cases in 2007-8 than in the prior year, a decline driven by fewer charges of unauthorized access and academic misconduct.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
June 5, 2009
What it is: Apple’s newest iPod Shuffle, a portable music player that holds 4 gigabytes of songs (about 72 hours, more than a thousand songs).
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
May 8, 2009
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.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
May 5, 2009
Last week, an MIT student did something that three decades of snowstorms haven’t been able to do: He shut down Harvard.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
May 1, 2009
An MIT student was diagnosed with influenza yesterday, and samples taken from the student are being tested for the H1N1 swine flu. The test was routine and the student is not at high risk of having contracted H1N1 swine flu, an MIT physician said.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
May 1, 2009
Two MIT affiliates are considered to have had “probable” infections of swine flu, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health told MIT Medical on Friday.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
April 28, 2009
MIT’s emergency planning arm is prepared to handle an outbreak of the swine flu, although administrators say they expect the disease to manifest less like a pandemic and more like a tough flu season.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
April 24, 2009
This occasional feature follows up on news stories long past their prime. In this edition: a contagious stomach bug misses the Institute but strikes close to home for one campus leader; don’t be alarmed if the police come knocking — they might just be checking that you’re OK; and a Walker Memorial bathroom has now been getting the same anti-gay graffiti for five years.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
April 24, 2009
On Friday morning, a dormitory hall’s publicity stunt bombed.
The Cambridge Bomb Squad responded to a heavy concrete block painted to look like a cartoon bomb, advertising the annual Dance Till You Drop party held by the Burton Third Bombers.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
March 6, 2009
The admissions office has laid off staff, will reduce travel spending by 30–50 percent, and will move much of its communication with students to the Web. The measures will help Admissions meet MIT’s mandated 5 percent budget cut for the fiscal year beginning in July.
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