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New Eateries in Student Center To Replace Courses, Toscanini’s

The Alpine Bagel Co. and Arrow Street Crepes will soon be among the dining options available at the Student Center. Both will accept the MIT card for payment, as will LaVerde’s Market.


Walter A. Rosenblith

He came to MIT in 1951 as an associate professor in Course VI, then known as the Department of Electrical Engineering. By 1975 he was named an institute professor, and served as chair of the faculty from 1967 to 1969.


Faculty Hold Teach-in on Divestment To Build Support for Joint Campaign

Harvard and MIT faculty held a “teach-in” yesterday in 26-100 to draw support for a petition demanding that both universities divest from Israel and companies that sell arms to the country.


GSC Meeting Minutes

The general e-mailing list for announcements of the GSC is the gsc-anno@mitvma.mit.edu. All graduate students are encouraged to subscribe to this list for announcements only twice a week about the events, activities and meetings of GSC. Student group events sponsored by the GSC are also sent through this list. Requests for subscription to the list must be addressed to gsc-request@mit.edu.


FedEx Error Blamed For Loss of ’04 Rings

The Class of 2004 held its ring delivery event at the Museum of Science Sunday night, but hundreds of sophomores are still without their Brass Rats because of a shipping error.


(top) bob sumner--the tech

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