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Kristina M. Holton—The Tech
Baker House residents vote on the Preferred Dining membership at last night's house meeting.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
May 8, 2007
Twenty-three MIT students have been sent pre-litigation settlement letters after allegedly illegally downloading copyrighted audio recordings, according to a press release from the Recording Industry Association of America.
NEWS EDITOR
May 8, 2007
A majority of Baker House residents are satisfied with the quality of Baker Dining but do not consider the Preferred Dining membership program to be a value to them, according to a report released last week by the Baker House Dining Committee. The committee found that the average Baker resident loses $125 per term through Preferred Dining, a mandatory program for most residents of dormitories with dining halls that gives students a 50 percent discount on dining hall food after paying for membership.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
May 8, 2007
A fault in Kresge Auditorium's water system occurred Friday, May 4, disrupting performances by the Festival Jazz Ensemble and the Musical Theatre Guild. The Campus Activities Complex shut down Kresge because of a failure in the fire sprinkler system related to a lack of running water. Water was restored at around 9:40 p.m.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
May 8, 2007
There is open revolt on the Web.



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