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Smoking Preference Required in Writing: Policy Updated For Existing City Ordinance|
The Housing Office has introduced an online “Housing Smoking Agreement Form” for use by residents of six undergraduate dormitories who wish to request permission to be allowed to smoke in their rooms.
Team Tim Personifies Cheerful MIT Mascot
Imagine that it is orientation week. There is free food everywhere and many parents of freshmen who are almost more excited than the students themselves.
The final report of the Task Force on the Undergraduate Educational Commons, released last week, was presented at Wednesday’s faculty meeting to discussion and some criticism. Two motions were proposed at the meeting to be voted on next month.
‘Design Squad’ Follows Clever Teens: Reality Show Promotes Design Competition For Innovative, Creative Students
It won’t quite be “Project Runway,” but on PBS this winter, a group of teenagers will labor under unforgiving deadlines to design outfits with hidden functions — in one case, a wedding dress that doubles as a tent.
Real People Explore Virtual Lives in Digital ‘Utopia’
It has a population approaching a million. The “people” there make friends, build homes and run businesses. They also play sports, watch movies and do a lot of other familiar things. They even have their own currency, convertible into American dollars.
WORLD AND NATION
Confident Democrats Draft Broad Health Care Agenda
Concert review: A Cappella Groups Make Some Noise at GBIS: Logs Steal the Show With Smiles and Costumes
Defense Can’t Stop Golden Bears Attack, Allows 478 Yards in 42-25 Football Loss