Members of the MIT community break ground for NW35, a new residence hall that will house 1,700 graduate students. The building, due for completion in July 2008, will be located near the Sidney-Pacific and Warehouse residences, transforming these graduate halls into a community. It will also allow the transition of Ashdown House into an undergraduate residence hall. From left: Sian Kleindienst, G, chair of the Ashdown House Executive Committee; Ann Orlando, Ashdown housemaster; Bill Kaminsky, G, Ashdown House officer; Terry Orlando, Ashdown housemaster; Eric Weese, G, president of the Graduate Student Council; Karen Nilsson, associate dean and director of housing; President Susan Hockfield; Sherwin Greenblatt, executive vice president; Ike Colbert, dean for graduate students; Chancellor Phil Clay; Kirk Kolenbrander, vice president for Institute affairs and secretary of the Corporation; Gary Tondorf-Dick, program manager, Department of Facilities. Photo / Donna Coveney
Architectural model of the proposed NW35 Graduate Residence Hall Image courtesy / MIT Facilities
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