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A Cambridge resident checks in at Kresge Auditorium to vote on Tuesday. In addition to the presidential and Massachusetts senate races, the ballot also contained questions regarding physician-assisted suicide and the legalization of medical marijuana. The assisted suicide question, aka Question 2, was narrowly defeated, while the medical marijuana question was overwhelmingly approved.
ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
November 9, 2012
Every election day is a historic day for the American people. But for MIT students, did it seem like “just another school day?”
STAFF REPORTER
November 9, 2012
Yesterday was Hubway’s three-month anniversary of being on MIT’s campus since the two stations in front of Building W11 and the Stata Center opened.
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November 9, 2012
Didn’t think twice about wearing your MIT shirt to vote in Kresge this Tuesday? Neither did people voting in other parts of the country. Two women, one in Boca Raton, FL and another in Denver, CO, were stopped at their respective polling places for wearing MIT-branded clothing. Poll workers at both places believed that the garments, bearing the letters “MIT”, violated the state’s electioneering law, which forbids expressing support in any fashion for or against a candidate within 100 feet of a polling place.
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November 9, 2012



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