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02/09/2011 7:30 AM Walker Morss HallKhalea Robinson, '11; Pierre Fuller, 'GDescription: In their brief remarks honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., two students strike the theme of collaboration. They touch on the importa...
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2009 Koch Institute Symposium Kornelia Polyak: "Diversity as a driver of breast tumor progression"
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MIT hosted Professor XU Kuangdi, President of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, next Wednesday, October 7. As part of this visit, Professor Xu delivered a lecture at 1:30 pm in the Kirsch Auditorium entitled "Addressing Climate Change...
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A Celebration of the Life and Work of David B. Schauer This symposium celebrates the professional life of Prof. David Schauer, with a focus on the field of microbial pathogenesis. David Schauer’s research dealt with the mo...
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Syncopasian, MIT's Asian a cappella group, is proud to present its first music video, Please Tell Me Why / Bu De Bu Ai (不得不愛), featuring the Korean song originally released by Free Style and its Chinese adaptation by Wilbur Pan. Soloist...
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11/09/2010 4:00 PM 54"100Charles H. Ferguson, Ph.D. '89, FilmmakerDescription: Charles Ferguson shows how useful a varied background in math, political science and business can be, as he dissects the complexities and recent crisis of the...
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There's only one musical group in Cambridge that ranks (almost) with the MIT Logs - musically, academically, and in the realms of audience response, humor, joy, and basic frolicking. And that's the Harvard Band. See them here in all thei...
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