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Police talk to passers-by after the stabbing of an Anna’s Taqueria employee. A witness heard the victim say through an interpreter that the suspect was the victim’s cousin.
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STAFF REPORTER; 10:59 P.M. FRIDAY
The suspect who stabbed his fellow Anna’s Taqueria employee outside Stratton Student Center on Wednesday was taken into custody by the police late this morning. The suspect was arrested in East Boston and was scheduled to be arraigned on several charges this afternoon. The charges are unknown at this time.
STAFF REPORTER
October 22, 2010
In spite of the emergency UA bill last week, which urged the House Dining Advisory Group (HDAG) to reform their proposal in light of “overwhelming student opposition,” HDAG decided yesterday that it will move forward with its plan to implement a mandatory seven-day, all-you-care-to-eat breakfast and dinner program in the current dining halls for fall 2011.
STAFF REPORTER
October 22, 2010
MIT Professor Susan L. Lindquist was awarded the National Medal of Science by President Obama last Friday. She recalls her unexpected introduction to research:
October 22, 2010
Kappa Sigma is under investigation by the IFC for an event involving pledges that took place on Sunday, Oct. 10 at Burton Conner.
October 22, 2010
In the wake of Phi Beta Epsilon’s expulsion by the Interfraternity Council (IFC), an amendment that would have required any Judicial Committee hearing resulting in suspension or expulsion of a fraternity to be confirmed by a majority vote of the fraternity presidents did not pass at the IFC Presidents Council meeting on Wednesday. The IFC did not release the vote count.




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