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Rabeel H. Warraich ’08 speaks at the Nov. 10 protest at Boston Common held in opposition to the recent emergency law imposed in Pakistan by President Pervez Musharraf. Warraich was among many local students present at the demonstration.
STAFF REPORTER
November 13, 2007
The Undergraduate Association and Graduate Student Council are moving forward on a number of resolutions and programs aimed at improving student life and addressing student concerns, including a new UA fund to support student initiatives and a large-scale GSC survey which will assess graduate student needs and cost of living.
STAFF REPORTER
November 13, 2007
Eight incumbents and one newcomer won election to the nine-member Cambridge City Council in the Nov. 6 elections, according to unofficial results released by the City of Cambridge Election Commission last week. Henrietta Davis, a councillor since 1996, received the highest number of top votes.
EDITOR IN CHIEF
November 13, 2007
The Under Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security, Mario Mancuso, was on campus last Tuesday, Nov. 6, visiting with upper level administrators. During his visit, Mancuso met with The Tech and talked about his job and how it impacts the MIT community.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
November 13, 2007
Soaring compensation of university presidents, once limited to a few wealthy institutions, is becoming increasingly common, with the number of million-dollar pay packages at private institutions nearly doubling last year, and compensation at many public universities not far behind.




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