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Ryan M. Davis '10, shown here in his driver's license photograph, was declared a missing person by the Massachusetts State Police and the Mt. Holyoke Campus Police department. Davis was apparently forced to withdraw from MIT following his March 15 arrest on three misdemeanor charges and one felony.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 10, 2007
A freshman, apparently required to withdraw from MIT as part of a secretive disciplinary process, has been missing for over a week, according to the South Hadley, Mass. Police Department.
STAFF REPORTERS
April 10, 2007
A new living and learning community will open in New House in the fall to undergraduates. iHouse, a way to "bridge living and learning at MIT," according to Professor of Urban Planning Bishwapriya Sanyal, who is involved as a faculty member, will open in New House 1, which used to be the home of the now defunct Russian House. There will be 21 residents.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 10, 2007
The Graduate Student Council's new officers have been elected and say they are looking to improve communication between the MIT senior administration and the GSC. President-elect Leeland B. Ekstrom G and Vice President-elect Johnna D. Powell G won uncontested elections on April 4 and will take office on May 2 at the GSC General Council meeting.
STAFF REPORTER
April 10, 2007
The annual Big Screw contest, a charity fundraiser sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, began this Monday and will continue through Friday.



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