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Omari Stephens—The Tech
Derrick Young piles vegetables onto a plate for Richard E. Hughes '08 slightly before Pritchett Grill's closing time of 9:00 p.m. yesterday evening. Pritchett plans to offer all-you-can-eat meals throughout the remainder of spring term.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 6, 2007
The fee for the Preferred Dining program is set to increase $25 in the fall, drawing student criticism of dining at MIT. The announcement coincided with the introduction of buffet-style dinners at Pritchett Dining last Monday. The cost of Preferred Dining has already jumped $75 since fall 2005, setting the current price at $300.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 6, 2007
The recent reduction in the Student Center Coffeehouse's operating hours can be traced to homeless people using the location during early morning hours, according to Phillip J. Walsh, director of the Campus Activities Complex, which runs the Coffeehouse.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
April 6, 2007
Harvard turned down 1,100 student applicants with perfect 800 scores on the SAT math exam. Yale rejected several applicants with perfect 2400 scores on the three-part SAT, and Princeton turned away thousands of high school applicants with 4.0 grade point averages. Needless to say, high school valedictorians were a dime a dozen.




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