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Christopher A. Maynor—The Tech

The intersection at Amherst St. and Mass. Ave. was crowded with police, paramedics, and firemen on Wednesday evening at around half past five after an accident involving a driver and a motorcyclist. Debris from the car was scattered about, and a few small puddles of blood covered in frozen bleach were visible on the street at the southwest corner of the intersection, though the motorcycle itself seemed to have escaped relatively unscathed. No specific information regarding the status of the motorcyclist had yet been released as of Thursday evening.

ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR
November 15, 2013
The resources for which MIT student groups can be eligible may be subject to new restrictions introduced within key Association of Student Activities (ASA) proposed policy changes. The proposal describing those restrictions — the “openness” proposal — would implement a tiered ASA resource eligibility system based on the group’s membership policies regarding sex/gender, undergraduate/graduate student status, class year, GPA, and major.
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STAFF REPORTER
November 15, 2013
The Undergraduate Giving Campaign (UGC) ended on Nov. 1, raising a total of $8674.82. The UGC collects donations from freshmen, sophomores, and juniors for one week per semester to fund Expedition Grants from MIT’s Public Service Center, which support undergraduate public service projects abroad.
THE BOSTON GLOBE
November 15, 2013
To build on a decade of biomedical research at the Broad Institute in Cambridge, the real estate magnate and philanthropist Eli Broad will announce Thursday that he and his wife, Edythe, are providing another $100 million to the genomics center that bears their name.
November 15, 2013



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