Carla Howell, the Libertarian Party Candidate for the US Senate in Massachusetts, spoke at the Tang Center Tuesday night to about 25 people. Howell will run against incumbent Democrat Ted Kennedy and GOP candidate Jack E. Robinson on election day.
In a follow-up to its Cops in Shops program, the Cambridge License Commission and the Cambridge Police Department have launched a new program called Badges in Bars to crack down on underage drinking.
In an effort to improve the technology skills of its college students, the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education will require all students at public institutions of higher education to own and use laptops within three years.
Twenty million dollars of the donation by MIT alumnus Kenan E. Sahin ’63 will go towards the construction of a new space for the Department of Economics.
MIT has placed a mansion and over 150 acres of land in northern Massachusetts up for sale, with an asking price of $6.5 million.
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