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A memorial debate between the MIT and Yale debate teams will be held in memory of Daniel J. Barclay '07 today in 10-250 at 8 p.m and is open to the public. Barclay passed away last month.

The Commencement Committee is looking for suggestions for guest speakers at MIT's 2008 commencement. Suggestions must be received by Tuesday, May 15. Send suggestions to Martin F. Holmes '08 (goholmes@mit.edu), Johnna D. Powell G (johnna@mit.edu), Gayle M. Gallagher (gayle@mit.edu), or Professor Eric Grimson (welg@csail.mit.edu).

Tents are up on Kresge Oval in preparation for Wednesday's h2.0 Media Lab program, where new research initiatives focused on increasing mental and physical capabilities will be presented. Open to the public. See http://h20.media.mit.edu/.

The Virtual Leadership Center, launched last week by the Division of Student Life, is available for students and groups to post and find leadership opportunities. See http://studentleader.mit.edu/.

MIT Campus Dining is moving to the fourth floor of E19 May 31.

Five MIT faculty members were elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the MIT News Office announced last week. Biology Professor Tania A. Baker, Chemistry Professor Moungi G. Bawendi, Meteorology Professor Kerry A. Emanuel, Computer Science Professor Silvio Micali, and Neuroscience Professor Peter H. Schiller are five of 72 newly elected members and 18 foreign associates. The total number of active members is 2,025.

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