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Last Published: May 7, 2015
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MELISSA RENÉE SCHUMACHER—The Tech

Stuart Schmill, Dean of Admissions, takes a pie in the face for charity on Friday. Alpha Epsilon Pi organized the event to raise money for Innovation Africa. Over $100 was raised to pie Dean Schmill. Twenty-four people were pied during the hours-long event, which was held outside the Student Center.

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Most of the jurors were unconvinced by the defense's mitigating factors, such as the claim that it was Tsarnaev's brother who shot MIT police officer Sean Collier.
NEWS EDITOR
May 7, 2015
With the MIT Climate Change Conversation Committee due to report findings within the next month — and expected to recommend whether MIT should divest — Vice President of Research Maria T. Zuber has called on faculty members to join the dialogue.
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THE NEW YORK TIMES
May 7, 2015
BOSTON — In case the jury in the Boston Marathon bombing trial has been wondering, vacancies exist in the most secure cellblock at the remote supermax penitentiary in Colorado, the toughest, bleakest prison in the federal system.
May 7, 2015
Undergraduates living in dormitories may request to remain in their dormitories for an additional day — until Sunday, May 24 — before they are required to move out for the summer, according to an email from Henry Humphreys, senior associate dean of Residential Life and Dining.
May 7, 2015
MITeri, a Nepali students association, has raised more than $27,000 to aid relief efforts in Nepal, according to the group’s homepage.
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