Photos by Jessica Liu
The Campaign for Sanitizer: On Monday, the Senate passed a bill requiring that personal hygiene supplies be placed in reading rooms from the last day of classes to the last day of finals. Senators also discussed campus dining reform and the hours cutbacks at MIT Medical.
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Walker Memorial may become the new home of the Music and Theater Arts department. Currently, Walker houses a number of student groups, in addition to being used for exams.
Judge Bruce R. Henry will decide if Anna L. Tang (left), the Wellesley student who stabbed Wolfe B. Styke ’11 (right) in October 2007, was too mentally ill to “appreciate the wrongfulness of her conduct.”
The steps and sidewalks in front of the Stratton Student Center are being repaired with fresh concrete, expected to continue until late April.
Several of Walker Memorial’s student groups, pictured in this December 2010 file photo. The Walker Memorial Assessment Team is evaluating the feasibility of using Walker as a space for Music and Theater Arts, which could mean students groups will need to find new homes.
Danielle A. Hinton G, PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, is hooded by Chancellor W. Eric L. Grimson PhD ’80 and interim department head Srini Devadas in Rockwell Cage midday Thursday.
Boats gather on the Charles River to watch the fireworks display.
Several of Walker Memorial’s student groups, pictured in this December 2010 file photo. The Walker Memorial Assessment Team is evaluating the feasibility of using Walker as a space for Music and Theater Arts, but student groups have not yet had to find a new home.
The Men’s Volleyball team prepares to play a point in Saturday’s game against Harvard. Despite starting strong, the Engineers lost to the Crimson last week by 3-1.
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