/rRenovations to the East Campus and Random Hall dormitories have caused a crunch for summer housing and may leave some students without a place to stay.
/rCambridge City Councilors say that recent MITbuilding proposals have left Cambridge residents curiously unfazed even as they protest other development plans across the city.
/rNext House residents voted overwhelmingly on Friday to abolish a section of all-female housing beginning next term.
/rStarting as early as July 1, Boston commuters traveling by subway can expect to be buy tokens for one dollar, and bus riders will pay seventy-five cents per trip, if the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority enacts recent recommendations. Commuter rail prices, currently between eighty-five cents and $4.75, are expected to increase by one dollar.
/rAs a result of drastic funding cuts for Wellesley student activities, Counterpoint, an opinion magazine published jointly by MIT and Wellesley, is facing significant financial hardship.
/rWith four out of five winning events, Spring Weekend festivities brought together many students, faculty, and staff from all parts of the Institute.
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