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The Campus Police Review Panel chaired by Prof. Robert Silbey has presented its report to Executive Vice President Theresa M. Stone SM ’76. The panel, which grew out of the drug-related arrest of former MIT Police Officer Joseph D’Amelio, was charged with evaluating the professionalism of the MIT Police’s policies and procedures. The panel’s report will be discussed at next week’s Academic Council meeting. The Academic Council is MIT’s top-level decision-making body.

Barker and Dewey Libraries, both freshly renovated, will be hosting open houses next week. The Barker (Bldg. 10, Engineering) open house will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 16, from 4–6 p.m. in the Reading Room. The Dewey Library (E53, Management and Social Sciences) open house will be the following day, Sept. 17, from 4–6 p.m. on the library’s first floor.

All bikes parked outside of E15 and E51 after noon today will be removed by Grounds Services. If your bike is removed, contact the Parking Office at 617-258-6510 or to retrieve it.

The Cambridge Carnival will be held this Sunday, September 13, from 12–7 p.m. in Kendall Square. The carnival, entering its 17th year, celebrates African traditions and will feature vendors selling multicultural foods and crafts and a costume parade.

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