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Anna L. Tang is back in court today, as her attorney argues that evidence from the Commonwealth’s expert psychiatrist should be excluded because, the defense says, its presentation after the trial began violates the rules of evidence discovery.

The deadline to register for the Career Fair, which takes place on 9/23, is today. Submit your resume to http://career-fair.mit.edu/.

The grocery shuttle to Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods will run on Sundays this year, instead of Saturdays. Look for a yellow school bus making stops at East Campus, McCormick, Baker, Burton-Conner, MacGregor, New House, Next House, Simmons, and Random Hall between noon and 4:15 p.m. starting this weekend. More information, including the route map, is available at http://ua.mit.edu/tjwf_shuttle/.

MIT Medical will be running a free flu shot clinic on Thursday, October 14 on the Student Center 3rd floor, for students only. Flu shots at MIT are free, but bring your MIT ID card or insurance card with you. A full schedule of clinics , including those for faculty and staff, is available on at http://medweb.mit.edu/about/news/flu/.

The Fall Festival Comedy Show ticket presale ends on Sat. Sept 18. Following that, tickets will open up to MIT affiliates, guests, and local college students. Tickets are $10 at
http://sao.mit.edu/tickets.

Stem cell judges decide to hear oral arguments on removing research ban, page 12.

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