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Sea life is seen in the underwater tunnels at the Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco, CA on Tuesday, March 25. See pages 12-13 for many more spring break photos taken by Tech photographers.
STAFF REPORTER
April 1, 2008
The next dean of admissions will be Stuart Schmill ’86. Schmill has served as the interim director of admissions since Marilee Jones’s abrupt resignation last April.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
April 1, 2008
Throughout March, spammers sent a wave of fraudulent e-mail messages claiming to be the “Mit Webmail team” and requesting recipients to “comfirm” their accounts by replying with their passwords. About a half-dozen people have sent their passwords to the attackers after each e-mail, said Jeffrey I. Schiller ’79, MIT Network Manager.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
April 1, 2008
The nation’s largest cigarette maker has paid for scientific research at four Massachusetts universities since 2000, a practice that critics of the tobacco industry liken to the Mafia underwriting crime fighting.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
April 1, 2008
When delegates to the Republican National Convention assembled in New York in August 2004, the streets and sidewalks near Union Square and Madison Square Garden filled with demonstrators. Police officers in helmets formed barriers by stretching orange netting across intersections. Hordes of bicyclists participated in rolling protests through nighttime streets, and helicopters hovered overhead.



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