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Student EMT Service Begins on Campus

The Student Emergency Medical Services Group has trained 63 volunteer students as EMTs. More than a dozen other students were trained elsewhere and have joined MIT's student EMT program. Starting this summer, student EMTs have been handling evening shifts, and the MIT Police have been taking day shifts. Student EMTs respond to calls in an ambulance, which is run by the MIT ambulance residential service, from Thursday through Sunday in two shifts, from 6 p.m. to midnight and from midnight to 6 a.m.

Simmons To Open August 16

Simmons Hall will open on schedule for the fall, with the first residents to move in on Aug. 16.

Sodexho Takes Charge of Dining, Reactions Vary

One new dining option has already arrived on campus, with three more to arrive in the next several months.

Princeton Dean Accesses Private Yale University Admissions Website

In early April, LeMenager took the names, birth dates, and social security numbers of 11 students who had applied to both universities. He used this information to sign into Yale’s online admissions notification system, which tells each student whether he or she was accepted or rejected to the university. The students included Lauren Bush, niece of President George W. Bush.


State Dept. Suggests Dropping Charges Against Exxon Mobil

Bush Signs Trade Act, Restoring Negotiating Power to White House