In Short

In Short

Students protesting MIT’s handling of dining reform will congregate at noon today in Lobby 7.

A memorial service for Paul Samuelson will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. in Kresge Auditorium. Samuelson, noted MIT economist and Nobel laureate, died in December. He was 94.

Freshmen have one week to declare their major. Choice of major forms are due next week Friday. They must signed by the student and his or her advisor.

Patrick R. Brown G, Ylaine L. Geradin ’10, and Maria J. Monks ’10, have each received $250,000 Hertz Fellowships to fund their graduate education. The fellowship supports innovation in science and engineering.