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Power Outage Hits MIT, Surrounding Area

A transmission line equipment failure at the Putnam Street NSTAR substation resulted in power losses across the MIT campus yesterday afternoon, said MIT Superintendent of Utilities Roger Moore.


Financial State of the Institute Likely To Improve

President Charles M. Vest, Provost Robert A. Brown, and Executive Vice President John R. Curry spoke to the MIT community yesterday at a State of the Institute forum on a number of topics, including the Institute’s budget and its changing research and curriculum.


UA Rejects Election Process Changes

The Undergraduate Association Senate defeated a bill modifying the procedure for electing senators representing fraternities, sororities, and independent living groups.


Survey Helps Choose W20 Vendor

Approximately 750 people have completed the dining survey that will help determine the vendor to replace Arrow St. Crepes in the student center, said Director of Campus Dining Richard D. Berlin III.


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