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Ban Approved Despite Student Protests

MIT will implement the recommendations from the flag committee to ban flags, banners, and other items to the exteriors of dormitories, said Dean of Student Life Larry G. Benedict.


Course IX Library To Close

The Schering-Plough library of Neurosciences and Biomedical Imaging, located in building E25 near MIT Medical, will close at the beginning of this summer.


Students Describe the Ideal President

This consensus was not present in other issues, including gender, race, and professional background .


Grad Applications Dwindle As Fewer Foreigners Apply

The number of applications to MIT’s graduate programs has decreased by more than 1,500 this year with international applicants declining the most, possibly due to increased immigration restrictions and uncertainty in the economy.


Soldier Design Prizes Awarded

The final judging of the first annual Soldier Design competition this Tuesday drew young MIT inventors, representatives from the United States Army, and a handful of war protesters.


Interviews to Start in a Month

The two committees charged with the task of selecting MIT’s 16th president will begin discussions with potential candidates for the presidency within the next four weeks, said James A. Champy ’63, chair of the Corporation Committee on the Presidency.


Molina Leaving MIT To Establish Center On the Environment

Nobel Prize-winning Institute Professor Mario Molina will leave MIT this summer to join the faculty of the University of California at San Diego.




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