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Seth Villarreal
Nikolai D. Begg ’09 learns about the Senior Gift during the opening ceremony on Nov. 13 in the Coffeehouse. The Class of 2009’s gift will be a donation to MIT’s OpenCourseWare. The money will be used to update the course material for 5.111, a freshmen chemistry course.
NEWS EDITOR
November 14, 2008
Groups of students who want access to certain resources controlled by the Association of Student Activities would have an easier time getting them, under a proposal being presented by the ASA’s executive board to all student groups at a Monday general body meeting.
NEWS EDITOR
November 14, 2008
The Senior Gift Campaign announced an ambitious 65 percent participation rate target as they unveiled their project of developing an MIT OpenCourseWare Fund. The proceeds of the senior gift will go towards updating the video and lecture content for 5.111 Principles of Chemical Science.
STAFF REPORTER
November 14, 2008
Sixteen high school students descended upon campus last weekend as part of the annual Siemens Competition in Math, Science, and Technology to compete for $9,000 dollars and an invitation to the national finals in New York where $100,000 is up for grabs.
STAFF REPORTER
November 14, 2008
Following an accident in the Infinite Corridor this fall, the issue of bicyclist and pedestrian safety has become one of the forefront concerns of the MIT Police.




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