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Recap of other news last week

New 6-7 MEng, biology GIR classes

Want more out of Course 7? You’re in luck! At the faculty meeting last week, a Masters of Engineering Program (MEng) in Course 6-7 (Computer Science and Molecular Biology) was approved as well as two new classes — 7.015 and 7.016 — that fulfill the Biology General Institute Requirement. 7.015 is a more advanced introductory class for those who come in with a substantial background in biology, while 7.016 specializes in biochemistry. For more information, check out The Tech’s prior coverage last week at http://tech.mit.edu/V133/N19/biology.html.

—Stan Gill

New GSC officers elected

MIT’s graduate students will be represented this coming year in the Graduate Student Council’s (GSC) officers-elect, who will take office in May: President Caleb J. Waugh, Vice President Alex Guo, Treasurer Parth Trivedi, and Secretary Chris D. Smith.

Waugh said that the group has outlined three major goals for the next year — rebranding the GSC and increasing its publicity efforts, tapping into the ideas and energy of students, and influencing developments in Kendall Square. See The Tech’s prior coverage last week at http://tech.mit.edu/V133/N19/gsc.html.

Bruno B. F. Faviero