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Lamine Touré leads Rambax’s performance on the Student Center steps Saturday. The Senegalese percussion group performed traditional rhythms such as “Kaolack” using mainly Sabar drums. Several audience members danced throughout the concert.
NEWS EDITOR
May 8, 2012
Starting Fall 2012, juniors and seniors in Course 6 will have the option to participate in the Advanced Undergraduate Research Program, also known as the “Super” UROP. Students in the program commit to a full year of research with their chosen lab or group, as well as two semesters of the six-unit 6.UAR (Preparation for Undergraduate Research) class, which focuses on topics such as choosing and developing a research topic, industry best practices, and presentation skills.
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EDITOR IN CHIEF
May 8, 2012
For the first time in seven years, no students will be admitted off the waitlist for the incoming freshman class. By last Tuesday, 1,130 prospective students, or 70 percent of admitted students, confirmed their enrollment at MIT for the coming fall — MIT’s highest yield ever.
May 8, 2012
Boston Common recently made the jump to the 21st century when the 378-year-old park became equipped with free wireless Internet.
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May 8, 2012




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