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Articles by William Navarre

EXECUTIVE EDITOR
April 8, 2016
Some students have faced consequences for violating MIT’s controversial dorm security policy that puts AlliedBarton security workers at front desks and requires all students to tap an ID before entering.
NEWS EDITOR
January 28, 2016
Professor Christine Ortiz is stepping down from her post as dean for graduate education to found a new residential research university.
NEWS EDITOR
November 24, 2015
About 70 people gathered for a vigil in Lobby 10 Monday to commemorate the start of month 2 of Fossil Free MIT’s sit-in and collectively acknowledge that carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are not likely to ever again drop below 400 parts per million.
NEWS EDITOR
September 22, 2015
Cara Anne Nickolaus, a third-year economics graduate student, “died suddenly” Sunday morning, President L. Rafael Reif wrote in an email to campus on Monday.
NEWS EDITOR
August 6, 2015
A male passenger was shot in a black sedan near Central Square around 8:41 p.m. on August 12. He was later found near the Kendall MBTA Station and pronounced dead at a local hospital, Cambridge police said.
NEWS EDITOR
June 5, 2015
The state of New Jersey has agreed to drop its investigation into Tidbit after previously issuing a subpoena to Jeremy Rubin ’16 requiring that he turn over the program’s source code, log files, and other information.
NEWS EDITOR
April 2, 2015
The Undergraduate Association Judicial Board issued a decision last week which found that UA President Shruti Sharma ’15 had authorized a “constitutionally inappropriate” transaction when she transferred an unbudgeted $12,500 to fund Lil B’s November visit to MIT.
NEWS EDITOR
March 19, 2015
The Undergraduate Association Judicial Board issued a decision last week which found that UA President Shruti Sharma ’15 had authorized a “constitutionally inappropriate” transaction when she transferred $12,500 to fund Lil B’s November visit to MIT.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
December 5, 2014
In the wake of the Ferguson case in Missouri and protests around the country, some MIT students, including many from the Black Students’ Union (BSU), were inspired to speak out themselves.
STAFF REPORTER
April 18, 2014
The Undergraduate Association’s Controlled Value Card committee is beginning beta testing for its controlled value cards program this semester.
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