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ANDREW SWAYZE
Maxwell Mann ‘12 observes as Nathan Lachenmyer ‘10 works to free the drive chain from the bell at the Kendall Red Line station. The MIT Kendall Band Preservation Society began their work repairing and refurbishing the Paul Matisse musical sculpture yesterday.
NEWS EDITOR
April 2, 2010
A man was arrested early Tuesday morning on campus and charged with rape and trespassing.
STAFF REPORTER
April 2, 2010
Though the effects of the health reform bill have yet to be felt, the passage of the bill shined a hard light on health care inequities and runaway medical costs. Professors, and staff at MIT Medical are already preparing for the bill’s consequences by conducting new research and looking for new ways to fix health care inefficiencies.
April 2, 2010
Leland Cheung, an MBA/MPA student at MIT Sloan School of Business and Harvard Kennedy School of Government, was elected to the nine-member Cambridge City Council in November last year and is currently serving a two year term. In addition to being the first student to be elected to a seat on the council, Cheung is also the council’s first Asian-American member.
April 2, 2010




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