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Articles by Michael McGraw-Herdeg

EXECUTIVE EDITOR
October 14, 2008
Although MIT’s undergraduate population is almost half female, only about a third of the undergraduates in the most popular course, VI, are female, according to statistics released by the Office of the Registrar on Oct. 3, 2008.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
September 26, 2008
Having lost the housing license to its water-damaged fraternity house, and facing allegations of rush misconduct by the Interfraternity Council, Alpha Tau Omega may be expelled from MIT.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
August 25, 2008
Documents made public by an MBTA lawsuit against MIT undergraduates show how anyone can get free T fare by copying an existing CharlieTicket or by making their own.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
August 8, 2008
Documents made public by an MBTA lawsuit against MIT undergraduates show how anyone can get free T fare by copying an existing CharlieTicket or by making their own.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
June 6, 2008
Counterpoint, the monthly magazine which aimed to chronicle campus life at MIT and Wellesley College, will resume publication in September as a Wellesley-only publication, the publication’s co-editor announced in May’s issue.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
May 9, 2008
Eight MIT graduate students with student visas were denied a key credential by the Department of Homeland Security. After their department appealed the decisions on their behalf, the DHS declared at least two of the students “security threats.”
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
May 2, 2008
The search for Dean for Student Life Larry G. Benedict’s replacement is well underway, and a preliminary list of the top eight candidates will be chosen Monday afternoon.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
May 2, 2008
MIT will release students’ dates of birth for statistical purposes, but it will not publish those dates. The release will take place in the fall, following a proposal discussed by Dean for Undergraduate Education Daniel E. Hastings PhD ’80 at a meeting with undergraduates last night.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
April 25, 2008
With voter turnout up 13 percent, Noah S. Jessop ’09 and Michael A. Bennie ’10 won the Undergraduate Association elections for president and vice president.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
April 18, 2008
Seventy people were accused of misconduct and had cases brought before the Committee on Discipline in 2006–07, according to a presentation at Wednesday’s faculty meeting.
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