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A construction worker fills in a hole where a tree was removed just outside of the Stata Center’s Forbes Cafe yesterday afternoon. The trees from the construction area are being relocated the NW35 graduate residence and to various other locations around campus, according to the MIT Department of Facilities’ construction updates page, available at http://web.mit.edu/facilities/construction/updates.shtml.
EDITOR IN CHIEF
April 18, 2008
Turnout in the Undergraduate Association elections rose this year, with at least 1,930 votes tallied as of last evening, according to Ainsley K. Braun ’10, the UA Election Commissioner. Paper ballots are available today in Lobby 10 for those who haven’t voted online.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
April 18, 2008
Seventy people were accused of misconduct and had cases brought before the Committee on Discipline in 2006–07, according to a presentation at Wednesday’s faculty meeting.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
April 18, 2008
On the day the Olympic torch was carried through San Francisco last week, Grace Wang, a Chinese freshman at Duke University, came out of her dining hall to find a handful of students gathered for a pro-Tibet vigil facing off with a much larger pro-China counterdemonstration.
April 18, 2008




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