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Issues Raised About Building 32 Security

A week after the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory finished its move from Technology Square to the Stata Center, or Building 32, residents including Richard M. Stallman, founder of the GNU operating system project, have expressed dissatisfaction about the operation of the security system and its effect on privacy and mobility.


ASA Allocation Plan Not Yet Final

ASA Graduate Member at Large Andrew R. Menard G said that the delay was caused by complications with gaining approval and funding for Student Center renovations.


MIT Grad Aims for Spot On Padres’ 2004 Roster

Jason E. Szuminski ’01 SB Aeronautics and Astronautics (Course XVI) will find out by this Sunday whether he will make the regular season roster for the San Diego Padres and history as the first MIT graduate to ever have gone on to play Major League Baseball.


Vernon R. Young

“Our conception of how much protein people need to consume is significantly different than it was 20 years ago, largely because of Vernon Young’s research,” said Professor Richard J. Wurtman, director of MIT’s Clinical Research Center.




WORLD AND NATION

Sept. 11 Panel Inquires Why Bush Withheld Clinton Files

Sri Lankan Economy Primary Concern in Upcoming Elections

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