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Iranian MIT Students Register with INS

Seven Iranian MIT students went to the John F. Kennedy Federal Building in Boston to undergo registration with the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service yesterday morning.


Simmons Dining Improved

Simmons resident Chloe J. Tergiman ’03 said that the food quality was back where it was at the beginning of the term, after the recent decline. “They had to improve, and yes, there was an improvement,” she said.


Thanksgiving Means It’s Time for Travel, Turkey

Three days can seem like an eternity right before Thanksgiving break, made worse by the fact that many of us already have a ticket to freedom -- anywhere off campus.


Colleges Collaborate on Alcohol Abuse

MIT recently signed an agreement to work to address alcohol abuse in collaboration with 47 other Massachusetts colleges and universities, but the agreement serves merely for guidance and does not bind MIT to any action.


CEO Bezos Discusses Amazon

Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon.com, spoke to members of the MIT community last night about using technology to distinguish his company.


WMBR Hits $75K Donation Goal

WMBR, MIT’s campus radio station at 88.1 FM, achieved its goal of raising $75,000 after this month’s week-long drive for donations




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