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MIT Police question Jason Reed in connection with a sexual assault shortly after 3:45 a.m. this morning. Reed was arrested on two counts of rape and one count of trespassing.
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NEWS EDITOR; LAST UPDATED 10:13 P.M. TUESDAY MAR. 30
A man was arrested early Tuesday morning on campus and charged with two counts of rape and one count of trespassing.
NEWS EDITOR
March 30, 2010
Vrajesh Y. Modi ’11 and Samantha “Sammi” G. Wyman ’11 were elected as Undergraduate Association President and Vice President, receiving over 80 percent of votes in the spring election.
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March 30, 2010
“My gravy trainnnnnn!” exclaimed Jerry Holkins, co-creator of Penny Arcade after losing an arm-wrestling match to co-creator Mike Krahulik at a Q&A session at the Penny Arcade Exposition last weekend.
NEWS EDITOR
March 30, 2010
Last Thursday, I found myself standing in the same hotel as I had been two years prior when I was accepted to MIT. It was at the Radisson Providence Harbor Hotel in Rhode Island, where the MIT Club of Rhode Island has been hosting its prospective freshmen dinner since 2007.
March 30, 2010
Students who live on campus or in a FSILG will receive a census form this week. The census must be filled out as soon as it arrives and mailed back by National Census Day, April 1, 2010. Anyone who does not complete the census form will be fined $100 by the Federal Government, and MIT is legally obligated to provide directory information on them to Census officials, who will visit to ensure completion of the form.




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