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PBE brothers haven’t been told when they will be required to move out of their house, since the Cambridge License Commission has not yet evaluated MIT’s request to revoke PBE’s housing license. The Commission was originally scheduled to review MIT’s eviction request at their Oct. 26 meeting, but it has deferred consideration at PBE’s asking. The Commission has not scheduled a new date for PBE.

Gonzalo Guillen, accused of stabbing a fellow Anna’s Tacqueria employee in October, is scheduled for a hearing today.

“Choose to Reuse” takes place in Lobby 13 today. Items can be dropped off from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., and “free stuff” will be available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Separately, remember that ad hoc surplus items are frequently posted to the reuse mailing list; see http://web.mit.edu/reuse for more information. The reuse list is wildly successful and thousands of items are given away for free each year, ranging from trivial items to pieces of equipment valued at thousands of dollars.

Airport shuttles for $10 are available on Tuesday and Wednesday, before Thanksgiving. Reserve in advance at http://dof-web.mit.edu/shuttles/.

MIT is #1 in Business Insider magazine’s “America’s Best Colleges.” We scored 4.61/5 ahead of Stanford (4.49), Harvard (4.46), Yale (4.39), and Princeton (4.37). Go Tech!

The Dining Plan is in the lead for APO’s Ugliest Manifestation on Campus. Surprise! It’s beating out the Rotting Jack-o-Lantern $287.21 to $34.87, page 11.

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