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The Sloan Japan Club graduate student class of 2011 painted Japanese calligraphy at their show on Thursday by using a performer’s head as a brush to write “MIT.”
STAFF REPORTER
September 22, 2009
At community forums held on Thursday and Monday afternoon, students, faculty, and staff voiced concerns about MIT’s preliminary cost-cutting report. Many worried about the report’s recommendations, especially the proposals to increase undergraduate enrollment by 10 percent and to decrease the number of graduate students by 1,000. Staff were concerned about potential cuts to their retirement and health benefits.
NEWS EDITOR
September 22, 2009
Starting perhaps as early as next fall, MIT will introduce its new Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences requirements, which were simplified after a faculty vote last spring.
NEWS EDITOR
September 22, 2009
A sixteen-year old black male was apprehended by the MIT and Cambridge police early in the morning on Monday, Aug. 31, after non-fatally stabbing a victim in association with a robbery at the corner of Brookline St. and Massachusetts Ave.
September 22, 2009



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