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Contestants and organizers look on as two autonomous robots strive for the most points in the mock competition for 6.270 Autonomous Lego Robot Design. The final competition will be on Thursday, January 29 in 26-100 at 6 p.m.
EXECUTIVE EDITOR
January 28, 2009
Twenty-four MIT employees were fired yesterday morning from the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Their jobs have been made redundant by new technology, the institute said in a press release.
STAFF REPORTER
January 28, 2009
Partial renovations to the W1 residence hall, the former Ashdown, will begin this spring after all, thanks to a gift from an anonymous donor. Work will be limited to the exterior of the building, and will not impact the Institute’s plan to delay the opening of W1 until after 2010. The size of the gift was not disclosed.
STAFF REPORTER
January 28, 2009
The 13th European Career Fair was held at MIT this past Saturday, attracting candidates and employers from all over the world amidst a bleak economy. Over 4,000 candidates from more than 16 countries seeking internships and jobs sent their resumes in and attended the fair this year.
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
January 28, 2009
Will next year’s incoming freshmen pay a mandatory fee for food? The “Blue Ribbon Committee” of students and administrators charged with determining the future of MIT dining has reported no new progress toward articulating a food policy since early December, when The Tech reported that a mandatory fee was among the committee’s proposals.



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