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MIT program helps inner-city students stay afloat

CAMBRIDGE - This story begins with a removed rib, just like the biblical tale of Adam and Eve.

It was the hazy summer of 2008. Noam Angrist was just a skinny rower at Brookline High, trying hard to bulk up for his senior year.

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