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Health inspectors from the Cambridge Inspectional Services Department visited Shinkansen in Lobdell after a complaint on March 21.
NEWS EDITOR
May 11, 2007
As of yesterday, a total of 1,053 students of the 1,533 who were admitted to the Class of 2011 had chosen to enroll, giving MIT a record 69 percent yield, Interim Director of Admissions Stuart Schmill said in an e-mail. According to Schmill, a more final yield number will be available next week. “There are still some outstanding offers out there,” Schmill said.
STAFF REPORTER
May 11, 2007
A March 21 complaint against Lobdell’s Shinkansen Japanese restaurant prompted an inspection on the same day that found minor cockroach activity in the restaurant, according to health reports from the Cambridge Inspectional Services Department. The restaurant was exterminated the following day and three follow-up reports, including one from May 9, found no evidence of roaches, said Richard D. Berlin III, director of Campus Dining.
STAFF REPORTER
May 11, 2007
Would you walk 500 miles to fight hunger? How about 20 miles?
THE BOSTON GLOBE
May 11, 2007
Wading into a roaring national controversy, Attorney General Martha Coakley is investigating whether Massachusetts colleges have improper relationships with loan companies, her office said yesterday.



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