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An aerial view of the East Campus/Kendall Square area that is the subject of the proposal Provost Martin Schmidt sent to the MIT community on July 14, 2014, which calls for new buildings for commercial, retail, and academic uses, as well as new graduate student housing.

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August 6, 2014
Tired of losing students to schools like Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale, this year MIT tweaked its financial aid formula to sweeten the deal for undergraduates from families making $100,000 to $150,000.
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August 6, 2014
While researchers were running experiments in MIT labs this summer, the Institute was conducting an educational experiment of its own, piloting for-credit summer classes through the “summer@future” initiative.
August 6, 2014
For many, the wait was over. But 28 students who held out months longer than everyone else this year finally received welcome news from MIT: they were admitted from the waitlist.
August 6, 2014
Federal authorities recently arrested the man believed to have provided the gun allegedly used to slay MITPD Officer Sean Collier. The origin of the gun that the alleged killers used was previously unknown.



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