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Next Tuesday, Feb. 15, will be the last day to waive the Student Extended Health Plan. To waive, visit http://medweb.mit.edu.

Zero murders occurred in Cambridge last year, according to Cambridge Police. The number of serious crimes increased by 1 percent, and 23 rapes were reported — up from 20 in 2009. Robberies were down to 163 from 172 in 2009, and aggravated assaults incidents dropped from 255 to 251.

Class of 2013 Ring Premiere is tonight, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. in Kresge Auditorium.

Cambridge’s Kendall to Central study has received ten bids for consulting on the project.

The MIT Libraries have received a $650,000 grant from the Library of Congress to further develop Exhibit, a software tool which aids visualization of data on the Web.

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