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Former Dean of Admissions Marilee Jones peruses Class of 2007 applications in this file photo. Jones’s resignation was publicly announced on Thursday, after it was discovered that she had misrepresented her educational information on her résumé.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 27, 2007
Dean of Admissions Marilee Jones resigned on Monday after it was discovered that she misrepresented her academic credentials. Jones, who had been employed at MIT for 28 years, apparently never received an undergraduate degree, despite allegedly claiming both a master’s and bachelor’s degrees on her résumé.
EDITOR IN CHIEF
April 27, 2007
A policy regarding students passing out flyers on campus was called into question yesterday, after a student passing out sheets outside a meeting was told by a Campus Activities Complex employee that he was unwelcome.
STAFF REPORTER
April 27, 2007
Offices at MIT currently pay Information Services & Technology about $200 a year for each telephone or computer network address. Starting this July, these fees will be eliminated in favor of a charge to departments based on number of employees. Offices will be able to add more phone lines and computers without increasing their monthly costs.
NEWS EDITOR
April 27, 2007
The number of students returning to campus early this fall may increase, as part of a proposal between Dormitory Council, the Undergraduate Association, and MIT Housing to further participation of upperclassmen in Residence Exploration and freshman Orientation activities.



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