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Martin Segado
Shortly after 8 a.m. Wednesday morning, one of MIT's five e-mail servers stopped functioning, disrupting service to approximately 4,000 faculty, students, and staff. Some e-mail accounts were still unavailable as of press time.
STAFF REPORTER
March 9, 2007
Over 4,000 community members lost e-mail access early Wednesday morning in an outage that still affects some users.
March 9, 2007
Students and members of the MIT community filled 10-250 Monday night to watch six MIT faculty lecturers and professors argue the superiority of one of two Jewish delicacies – the latke, a fried potato pancake, and the hamentash, a triangular fruit-filled cookie.
STAFF REPORTER
March 9, 2007
Nearly four months after Jian Li, an Asian student at Yale University, filed a complaint against Princeton University for racial discrimination in the admissions process, a decision remains to be reached by the US Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights regarding Princeton's actions.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
March 9, 2007
The Broad Institute, the genomics powerhouse in Cambridge, Mass., announced Wednesday that it will receive what it believes is the biggest gift ever for psychiatric research to a single US institution: $100 million to decipher the genetics of severe mental illnesses.



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