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(Top row, L to R) Ariel A. Torres ’11, Vrajesh Y. Modi ‘11, and Ian P. Tracy ’11 will be running for the position of Undergraduate Association President. Their running mates are (bottom row, L to R): Jarrett R. Remsberg ’11, Samantha G. Wyman ’11, and Pall M. Kornmayer ’11, respectively.
NEWS EDITOR
March 5, 2010
MIT Medical has proposed to eliminate its inpatient unit and close its overnight urgent care services by the end of 2010. The space vacated by the inpatient unit would be filled with a new “Community Care Center.”
NEWS EDITOR
March 5, 2010
MIT is considering shutting down the Northwest Shuttle service, which runs between the MIT graduate dorms north of Vassar St. and west of Massachusetts Ave. and the main academic buildings. MIT would expect Northwest Shuttle riders to instead use EZRide, a shuttle operated by the Charles River Transporation Management Association that services most of the same area, according to Lawrence R. Brutti, the operations manager of MIT Parking and Transportation.
March 5, 2010
Jay A. Perault has been promoted to the rank of Captain of the Patrol Division of the MIT Police. Perault’s promotion is effective as of February 10, 2010.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
March 5, 2010
The MBTA will stop using two employees to run each Orange Line train, part of a plan approved by the agency’s board Wednesday to balance next year’s budget without raising fares or cutting service.



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