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Area Sees Break-in, Additional Robbery

After three serious crimes last week, two more incidents occurred on or near the MIT campus over the weekend.


Talks on Studio Access Get Tense

Negotiations among a capella groups about access to a new recording studio built by the Logarhythms have grown tense, with some groups reporting disappointment that their initial expectations of equal partnership in running the studio have not been met with acceptance by the Logs.


MIT, City to Sign Payment Agreement

MIT and the City of Cambridge expect to reach agreement soon on the first-ever formal agreement binding the Institute to make payments in lieu of taxes to the city.


Cecil H. Green ’23

The New York Times reported that the couple’s philanthropy totalled $200 million. The Greens donated over $31.7 million to MIT alone, the equivalent of “more than $91 million in today’s dollars,” according to the MIT News Office.


Committee Considers Revamping Advising

If ideas still forming in the collective mind of two faculty committees become reality, an undergraduate could choose a set of advisers to work with throughout the four years of an MIT education.




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