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Random, MacGregor to Form JudComms

Soon more students will join Ian C. Smith ’07, who is currently the chair and only member, in the Dormitory Council’s Judicial Committee. Random Hall and MacGregor House are close to completing the process for establishing a JudComm based on new rules and regulations that were voted on and passed by DormCon in May.

Next House Residents Evacuated

Residents of Next House were evacuated for just over two hours Sunday night after members of the Department of housing were not able to reset a smoke detector in a stairwell on the fifth floor. Residents were evacuated to New House around 9:40 p.m., and were not allowed back into the dormitory until a little before midnight, said Dormitory Patrol Supervisor Charlene M. McLaughlin. It is still unclear what caused the initial alarm.

Frederick Sanders

Frederick Sanders ScD ’54, professor emeritus of meteorology and mentor and friend to an entire generation of weather researchers, died on Oct. 6 after a long illness. He was 83 and had been a longtime resident of Marblehead.

SCEP Discusses Educational Policy, Advising System

This is the first of a series of weekly interviews with members of different Undergraduate Association committees. These interviews will be conducted by

Term Regulations and Exam Policies


UMOC Monday Donations


In Short


Baghdad Blast Kills at Least 33 Shiite Laborers Yesterday
Militants Slain in Morning Raid Of Pakistani Religious School
Israel May Widen Military Role In Gaza Strip, Says PM Olmert
Reports Show Lack of Accounting For Weapons Sent to Iraq Security
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Imminent Collapse: Hello, Halloween
Poker and Random Bunching
Hail to the Queen: Sport in the UK
Gadget Review: Logitech Noise Cancelling Headphones


Volleyball Ends Regular Season With 7 Straight Dominant Wins
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