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Simmons Dining Fee Subsidizes Meal Costs

Simmons Hall residents will be required to pay a $200 dining subsidy per semester, which will entitle them to purchase meals at Simmons Dining at a reduced cost.


MIT Marathoners Go the Distance

According to The Tech’s meteorologists, there is a chance of showers during the day on Monday with highs in the lower 60s. However, a little rain won’t stop 20,000 runners and almost a million spectators from converging on downtown Boston to watch the 106th annual Boston Marathon.


ASA, DormCon Hold Spring Elections

“I was very happy to see so many candidates for the election,” said current ASA President Alvar Saenz Otero G. “We had great candidates running for every single position and I see a very good board for next year.”


Israeli-Palestinian Clash Incites MIT Activism

“It’s important for a lot of people to come out and show their support for Israel, particularly now.”


DKE Playboy Posters Defaced With ‘KKK’ Markings

Posters advertising a Delta Kappa Epsilon party sponsored by Playboy Enterprises Inc. were defaced last week by AimÉe L. Smith G, who likened Playboy to the Ku Klux Klan and said the posters constituted sexual harassment.




WORLD AND NATION

Cardinal Law Faces Pressure To Resign Over Sex Scandals

Powell Heads Into Middle East To Propose New Peace Accord

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