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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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MIT Police question Jason Reed in connection with a sexual assault shortly after 3:45 a.m. this morning. Reed was arrested on two counts of rape and one count of trespassing.



Jed W. Wartman thanks students and says goodbye during the 2010 Student Leader Awards Ceremony on May 14 in Morss Hall. Jed and his wife, Brynn Hale Wartman, are relocating to Colby College in central Maine.



Anna Tang’s trial date is postponed at a hearing in Middlesex Superior Court on May 24. The agreement was reached between Assistant District Attorney Susanne Kontz, Tang’s attorney Robert A. George, and Justice Bruce R. Henry.



Wolfe B. Styke ’10 testifies on the opening day of the Commonwealth v. Anna Tang on Friday. Tang, a former Wellesley student, stabbed Styke while he was sleeping in his dormitory room at Next House in October 2007. The trial will resume on Monday morning in the Middlesex District Court at 200 Tradecenter in Woburn, MA.



Cameras were installed at the Tech Shuttle stop outside the Student Center on July 29. The cameras were installed to discourage dumping of trash in the nearby dumpster reserved for single-stream recycling.



Defendant Anna L. Tang and her attorney Robert A. George at her status conference Friday, August 27.



Assistant District Attorney Suzanne M. Kontz argues against Tang’s request to attend a mobile app development class at Boston University. Tang has been under house arrest since late 2007.



A camera mount was installed on the south-west corner of the Green Building yesterday. It is pointed directly at Maseeh Hall (W1).



Former Secretary of State George P. Shultz ’49 introduced his documentary Nuclear Tipping Point in E51 last Friday.



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.”


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