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Youth in Cambridge Win Battle over Vote

The Cambridge City Council will petition the Massachusetts legislature to lower the voting age to 17 in city elections.

Requests for Housing Changes to be Binding

The undergraduate housing transfer procedure has been changed this year to include a new lottery system and a binding agreement to transfer if given an opening.

Commencement Speaker May Hold Public Forum

A petition to hold a public forum featuring this year’s controversial commencement speaker James D. Wolfensohn prior to graduation has been brought to President Charles M. Vest.

John M. Wynne

Wynne served as a vice president of MIT under Presidents Johnson and Jerome B. Wiesner from 1967 to 1980. He earned a Master’s degree in industrial management from MIT Sloan School in 1956. He returned as director of the executive development programs at the School of Management in 1958 and served as an associate dean at Sloan from 1961 to 1967, when he was named vice president, organization systems. He worked as vice president, administration and personnel, from 1970 until he retired in 1980.

UA Resolves to Protect Choice Of Housing for Upperclassmen

The Undergraduate Association Council passed a resolution against the possibility that MIT might compel “upperclassmen to involuntarily leave their current housing” next year.


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