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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Undergraduate Association President-elect Martin F. Holmes '08 and Vice President-elect Ali S. Wyne '08 talk with Wendi Zhang '08 on Thursday.

Lagos Analysis Corp. filed a lawsuit in Nigeria against the One Laptop Per Child Foundation saying the project copied its multilingual keyboard technology. The company is based in Natick, Mass.

In 2007, the One Laptop Per Child foundation began production of the XO laptop (pictured). The laptop faced challenges in the market from for-profit competition, including Intel’s Classmate PC. The XO, well-known as the “$100 laptop,” was priced at $188 by October 2007.

MacVicar winner Daniel Jackson, professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, was nominated by students and faculty for his contributions to teaching. Jackson studies software engineering in CSAIL’s Software Design Group.

Mathura J. Sridharan ’11 (left) and Renuka Ramanathan ’10 portray Kannagi and Kovalan in MIT Natya’s show Shakti: Women of Power in Little Kresge on Sunday.

MIT Natya members perform Sakti: Women of Power in Little Kresge on Sunday.

Professor Krishna Rajagopal, Professor Norvin W. Richards PhD ’97, Professor Rajeev J. Ram, and Associate Professor Anette E. “Peko” Hosoi, were named MacVicar Fellows on Tuesday.

Anette E. “Peko” Hosoi, who is currently on sabbatical at Harvard, shows some of the things she’s been working on while away from MIT. Hosoi was recently chosen as a MacVicar fellow.

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