PROVIDENCE, R.I. (UNIVERSITY WIRE) -- A coalition of student groups that stole nearly 4,000 copies of The Brown Daily Herald Friday said it plans to continue to take action against The Herald until the newspaper meets its demands, according to a press release the group issued Saturday.
Administrators and students met in an open forum about redefining community space in the Stratton Student Center and Walker Memorial, to exchange input on the future of the two buildings.
The Mental Health Task Force released an anonymous online survey to some students in hopes of gauging their opinions on the services MIT offers.
In response to the growing controversy over the proposed Residential Coordinator system, Assistant Dean of Residential Programs Katie O’Dair held an open meeting to work on some of the program’s sticking points.
Weekend revelers will soon have the opportunity to stay out nearly two extra hours and still catch the T home, under a pilot plan released last week by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
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