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Dana G. Mead PhD ’67 speaks to the Undergraduate Association at their weekly meeting in W20-400 on Monday evening.
NEWS EDITOR
April 15, 2008
MIT Corporation chair Dana G. Mead PhD ’67 spoke and answered students’ questions at the Undergraduate Association meeting last night. He discussed challenges facing the Corporation and student involvement in the Corporation.
STAFF REPORTER
April 15, 2008
Last week, Alpha Phi Omega held its annual Big Screw competition. On April 14, James “Jim” Bredt ’82 was crowned the winner, having received $699.29 in monetary votes. All the proceeds from the event, which topped $1500, will be given to the Environmental Working Group, a charity chosen by Bredt.
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
April 15, 2008
A sprinkler went off in Next House late on the night of Saturday, April 5, flooding portions of one hall.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
April 15, 2008
Which would you rather have: a $2 cup of coffee today, or $8.64 more in retirement savings 30 years from now?




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