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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Nina Yang ’15 dances in Dancetroupe’s spring show, DTMF.




Mariana Duran ’13 dances in Dancetroupe’s spring show, DTMF.




Cathy J. Cao ’13 dances in Dancetroupe’s spring show, DTMF.




Cameras were recently installed in Lobby 10 to watch the Martin Luther King, Jr. seminar exhibit, a frequent target of vandalism. It is unclear how long the cameras will remain or how long the recorded footage will be retained.



MIT may stop running the Northwest Shuttle and ask students to use another free local bus instead.



Hana I. Khalil ‘13 talks to a prospective member of the Class of 2014 on the phone during the admitted students telethon held on Thursday in the Bush Room.



Philanthropist, Microsoft co-founder, and Harvard dropout Bill Gates speaks to students in Kresge Auditorium on Wednesday about global health, poverty, and education. He encouraged students to apply their talents toward tackling these issues. After the speech, Gates sat down for an interview with The Tech. The transcript is below. For the video, see http://tech.mit.edu/V130/N21/gates/interview.html.



Microsoft Chief Research Officer Craig Mundie visited MIT this Thursday to give a talk on human-computer interaction as part of the Dertouzos lecture series hosted by CSAIL. Mundie talked about the advantages and applications of computer systems that eschew the traditional mouse and keyboard interface. He also mentioned his own interests in photography and videography, calling himself “a Canon guy.”






Shireen S. Rudina ’13 of the MIT Parliamentary Debate Team debates the ethics of eating meat with PETA Vice President of Policy Bruce Friedrich. The two presented their opposing arguments Monday night to a packed 10-250. Not surprisingly, neither was convinced to concede the point.


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