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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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While Occupy Harvard has raised many issues with university administration over the past several days, one of the more popular demands has been for fair contracts for Harvard custodial employees.



The MIT Chorallaries perform their fall concert on the Friday before Thanksgiving Break. With an opening by the MIT/Wellesley Toons, the free superhero-themed concert entertained a packed crowd in 10-250.



Regina Dugan, Director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), was invited to discuss manufacturing for the defense industry on Tuesday as a part of MIT’s Political Science Distinguished Speaker Series. Also present at the event was Kaigham J. Gabriel ScD ’83, Deputy Director of DARPA.



MIT Department of Economics professor Parag Pathak gives a talk on Friday afternoon concerning the improvement of education in America. The event was hosted by MIT’s Undergraduate Economics Association.



Senators of the Undergraduate Association enjoyed a “R.I.P. Senate” cake after the Senate’s last meeting ever on Monday evening. The body will be replaced by a UA Council made up of representatives from dormitories and FSILGs — a result of the UA’s largest restructuring effort in years.



The UA Senate met for the last time ever yesterday evening, see p.16.



Students wind down outside of Hayden Library during finals week with dogs from Dog B.O.N.E.S., a nonprofit therapy dog organization. The event, which attracted many students, was hosted by MIT Libraries.



Students wind down outside of Hayden Library during finals week with dogs from Dog B.O.N.E.S., a nonprofit therapy dog organization. The event, which attracted many students, was hosted by MIT Libraries.



Students wind down outside of Hayden Library during finals week with dogs from Dog B.O.N.E.S., a nonprofit therapy dog organization. The event, which attracted many students, was hosted by MIT Libraries.



Students wind down outside of Hayden Library during finals week with dogs from Dog B.O.N.E.S., a nonprofit therapy dog organization. The event, which attracted many students, was hosted by MIT Libraries.


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