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Jessica L. Wass—The Tech

Signs announcing a public hearing on the 300 Massachusetts Avenue project were placed on buildings along the whole 300 block. All of the businesses facing Mass. Ave on this block are now closed.

September 6, 2013
It takes more than smooth jazz, fancy desserts, and chocolate fountains to lure graduate students out of their labs and into the Walker Memorial on a Thursday evening. But the unveiling of the GradRat — the MIT graduate ring — managed to do so yesterday.
September 6, 2013
In response to questions raised after the prosecution and death of Internet activist Aaron Swartz, MIT will arrange gatherings for the community to discuss ethics and information technology, Provost Chris Kaiser and Faculty Chair Steven Hall announced Wednesday. The dates of the gatherings will be announced “in the coming weeks,” according to their email to the MIT community.
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THE NEW YORK TIMES
September 6, 2013
He was once hailed as the king of biotechnology. In the industry’s frontier days, David Blech was the top gunslinger, quick to draw his checkbook to start new companies or prop up faltering ones.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
September 6, 2013
In the 1980s, it was South Africa. In the 1990s, it was tobacco.



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