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Large classes will have to find other venues next semester, as 10-250 will be undergoing renovations beginning during the Independent Activities Period and extending into the spring semester.
STAFF REPORTER
November 30, 2007
The lecture hall 10-250 will be closed for renovation during January’s Independent Activities Period and the spring semester. Large classes traditionally held in 10-250 will move to other venues for the spring.
STAFF REPORTER
November 30, 2007
On Wednesday, Alberto Mena ’09 and Reid C. Van Lehn ’09 were elected president and vice president of the Interfraternity Council, respectively. Mena said that one of his primary goals is to improve IFC transparency and communication.
NEWS EDITOR
November 30, 2007
A Natick-based company filed a lawsuit against the One Laptop Per Child Foundation last Thursday, claiming OLPC copied its multilingual keyboard technology.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
November 30, 2007
If soaring oil prices don’t provide enough encouragement to develop alternative energy, MIT has come up with an extra incentive: $200,000 in cash.



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