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Nicholas Chornay—The Tech
Philanthropist, Microsoft co-founder, and Harvard dropout Bill Gates speaks to students in Kresge Auditorium on Wednesday about global health, poverty, and education. He encouraged students to apply their talents toward tackling these issues. After the speech, Gates sat down for an interview with The Tech. The transcript is below. For the video, see http://tech.mit.edu/V130/N21/gates/interview.html.
NEWS EDITORS
April 23, 2010
“Are the brightest minds working on the most important problems?” Bill Gates asked an audience of students and faculty in Kresge on Wednesday.
STAFF REPORTER
April 23, 2010
John S. Reed ‘61, SM ‘65 was recently nominated to chair of the MIT Corporation by the Executive Committee. Pending his election to the Corporation on June 4, Reed will succeed Dana G. Mead PhD ’67, who is stepping down as Corporation chair at the end of June.
STAFF REPORTER
April 23, 2010
Running in line with the 114 year-old Patriots’ Day tradition, pools of runners filled the intersection of Grove St. and West Main in Hopkinton this past Monday, tightening their laces and assuming their positions, to commence this year’s annual 26.2 mile Boston Marathon.
April 23, 2010



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