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Part 2 of 2...In 1961, Digital Equipment Corporation gave MIT a PDP-1 computer and the games began. From discussions about "interesting displays" to new lessons in interactive programming, MIT's Kludge Room became the birthplace of ...
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02/21/2008 7:30 AM Walker Morss HallJamira Cotton, '08, Undergraduate, Chemical Engineering; Kenneth Kweku Bota, Second"year graduate student, Dept of Chemistry and Whitehead InstituteDescription: Two MIT students honor their experience...
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Mahler, Symphony No. 4 MIT Symphony Orchestra (MITSO) Dalia Atlas, guest conductor Geraldine Martin, soprano Recorded live at Kresge Auditorium, October 29, 1977 CD available at the Lewis Music Library Jump to: Bedächtig Jump to: In ...
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02/04/2010 7:30 AM Walker Morss HallDylon Rockwell, Undergraduate, MIT; Zenzile Brooks, Graduate student Civil And Environmental Engineering; Description: In urging the MIT community to use its gifts to help others in need, particularl...
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02/09/2006 7:30 AM Walker Morss HallDonna Brazile, Founder and Managing Director of Brazile and Associates, LLCDescription: Donna Brazile's informal but impassioned address illuminates her role not only as a mover and shaker in the halls...
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02/05/2009 7:30 AM Walker Morss HallDr. Susan Hockfield, President, MIT; Johnnetta B. Cole, Chair, Johnnetta B. Cole Global Diversity and Inclusion InstituteDescription: Two "sisters" -- both university chiefs -- celebrate the victory o...
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02/21/2008 7:30 AM Walker Morss HallDr. Susan Hockfield, President, MIT; Rev. Dr. Ray Hammond, '75, Founding Pastor, Bethel African Methodist Episcopal ChurchDescription: While Martin Luther King might be amazed to see what blacks, Hisp...
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02/09/2006 7:30 AM Walker Morss HallDavid Lowry, Anthropology student, MIT '06 ; John Pope, Former EECS student, MIT ; Description: With a mix of bitterness and hope, these two young men address the legacy of Martin Luther King. David...
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02/05/2004 7:30 AM WalkerCharles Vest, President, MITDescription: MIT President Charles Vest provides a critical perspective on the unsteady progress of racial diversity at the university. "As the summit of the mountain we're climbing h...
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02/05/2004 7:30 AM WalkerBruce Webster, SM '06, Graduate Student; Department of Aeronautics and AstronauticsDescription: In Bruce Webster's measured appraisal, there can be no level playing field for minorities in a country where "wealt...
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02/14/2003 7:30 AM Stratton Student CenterDr. Julian Bond, Chairman of the Board of the NAACPDescription: In this stirring speech, Julian Bond takes on issues of poverty and economic equality and argues that the same forces that tried to...
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02/05/2004 7:30 AM WalkerDr. Julianne Malveaux, PhD '80, Economist, authorDescription: In this keynote address, Julianne Malveaux takes deadly aim at the hypocrisy she finds in many sectors of American society including exploitation of l...
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