Photos by John A. Hawkinson
MIT plans to develop its real estate at 298-334 Mass Ave. A five-story, 240,000 square foot facility will replace buildings just north of Random Hall.
Anna L. Tang was found not guilty by reason of insanity by Middlesex Superior Court judge Bruce R. Henry. The judge ordered her to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Anna L. Tang appeared at a hearing in Middlesex Superior Court on December 30. Tang was recently found not guilty (by reason of mental illness) of stabbing Wolfe B. Styke ‘10 in October 2007.
H. Theodore Cohen, one of seven members of the Cambridge Planning Board, speaks at the Dec. 21, 2010 meeting.
Anna L. Tang listens as defense attorney Robert A. George argues that she should not be committed to a mental institution. The prosecution presented no testimony or evidence in favor of such commitment, he said.
Architect Toshiko Mori presents her design for 22 Windsor Street to the Cambridge Planning Board. It is the second new building within Novartis’ new campus on the east side of Massachusetts Avenue.
Mystery Hunt participants gather in Lobby 7 last Friday at noon to receive instructions before they begin solving puzzles. They learned that the theme of this year’s hunt is making bad Broadway musicals, based on the plot of The Producers. The puzzles were created and organized by Borbonicus and Bodley, winners of last year’s Mystery Hunt.
Members of the hosting team “Borbonicus and Bodley” on one of the Lobby 7 plinths during the opening ceremony on Friday.
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