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Eric D. Schmiedl—The Tech
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt accepts a copy of graphic designer and computer scientist John Maeda’s book Simplicity from MIT Media Lab Director Frank Moss after Reinfeldt toured the Media Lab Tuesday, Sept. 25. Reinfeldt earlier presented Moss with a copy of Helene Schmitz’s book A Passion for Systems.
September 28, 2007
Professors Barbara H. Liskov and Wesley L. Harris have been appointed to fill the Associate Provost for Faculty Equity position created a year ago, Provost L. Rafael Reif announced earlier this month. The scope of the position would include four central issues: “faculty recruitment, faculty retention, providing a supportive environment for career development and promotion, and work-family issues,” Reif said.
September 28, 2007
As of yesterday morning, fraternity recruitment resulted in 317 new pledges, an increase from previous years. Last year’s rush produced 299 pledges, Interfraternity Council President Daniel S. Eads ’08 said. IFC rush officially ended this year on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
September 28, 2007
Campaigning for the Undergraduate Association Fall 2007 elections began at the stroke of midnight on Sept. 27, with candidates for 2011 Class Council chalking along Amherst Alley.
September 28, 2007
Imagine you are driving around town when you pull up to a stop sign. As you glance over at the car across the intersection, you are astonished to see that there is no driver. As the car makes a smooth right turn, you realize that the car is driving itself.


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