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Dormitories Discuss In-House Dining Plans

The idea is receiving serious consideration by the dormitories and MIT administrators led by Larry G. Benedict, the dean for student life.


Faculty To Review GIRs

MIT will launch a review of the undergraduate General Institute Requirements to consider the effects of changes that have occurred in the student body.


Daytime Shuttle to Start in December

The shuttle will run from December through April, except for the January Independent Activities Period, said Lawrence R. Brutti, the operations manager of the MIT Parking and Transportation Office.


OCW Posts 500th Class

Yesterday, the OpenCourseWare project published course materials in its 500th MIT class, at http://ocw.mit.edu.


Franco Modigliani

With Merton H. Miller, he also showed that heavy debt by itself does not affect a corporation’s value, and disproved a previous hypothesis that too much debt would ruin a company because the company would not be able to repay it.




WORLD AND NATION

Secret CIA Agent Not Named By Karl Rove, W. House Says

Two Boston Companies: 1 Hot, 1 Cold, Result in Two Very Different Outcomes

Uninsured Swell to 15 Percent

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