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Panel on Aaron Swartz on Monday, Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. EST

Participate in a discussion on Aaron Swartz with reporters from The Tech on Monday, Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. EST. The Tech will livestream the panel on Youtube (this page will redirect you to the Youtube video on Monday at 7). … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy FAQ: How Not To Get Eaten by Your Labmate

We already know that Hurricane Sandy is going to kill us all. If the 75mph gusts or fallen electric wires in flooded areas don’t end our puny existence, we’ll probably be eaten alive by our lab mates when the supply of … Continue reading

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Kerf Pavilion

Here is The Tech’s full interview with the Master of Architecture students behind the Kerf Pavilion. The Tech: What is the concept behind this project? Tyler Crain: We were given the task to design a temporary pavilion structure that would address … Continue reading

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MIT amicus brief in Fisher v. University of Texas

MIT yesterday filed an amicus curiae brief before the United States Supreme Court in Fisher v. University of Texas, the affirmative action case before the Supreme Court this fall that will determine the next steps in how universities can use … Continue reading

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“All the News That’s Fit to Print” brought to you by… the iPhone

Is the best of American journalism having an affair with Apple and Co.? I am not sure what some of the major U.S. media outlets have been up to or what kind of rethinking they have subjected their long-held values … Continue reading

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Interview with Dustin Katzin

Here is the rest of the The Tech’s interview with student composer Dustin Katzin, whose orchestral work Schrodinger’s Cat premiered at last Friday’s MITSO concert. If you missed the first part of the interview, read it here: http://tech.mit.edu/V132/N25/katzin.html. Interview conducted by Bogdan … Continue reading

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The Tech will hold hackathon on Saturday, May 5

The Tech will hold a hackathon on Saturday, May 5 in our office (W20-483) from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. with the goal of developing data visualizations and web apps related to the religion survey which was distributed to the MIT … Continue reading

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Bitrans’ spokesperson releases statement on their behalf

After a story on Tuesday regarding MIT Sloan School of Management Professor Gabriel Bitran PhD ’75 and his son Marco Bitran ’97 paying $4.8 million to settle hedge fund fraud charges brought against them by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission … Continue reading

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Potatoes-Picking & Other Tips to Help Fund your PhD

I hate throwing a bucket of cold water on the fast-approaching end of semester and happy anticipations of well-deserved rest and exciting career prospects for those graduating, but the reality of soaring student loans and education costs in general and … Continue reading

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Hackers place circus performers in Lobby 7

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