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Dorms Will House KS, ATO for Rush
Four dormitories will house displaced members of Kappa Sigma and Alpha Tau Omega during fall rush, according to Dormitory Council Vice President Matthew S. Cain ’02.
Class of 2000 President Settles Party Charges
Barra, who was charged with procuring alcohol for a minor, wanton and malicious damage, disturbing the peace, and two counts of trespassing by motor vehicle, will pay $500 to the MIT Athletic Association to offset damage done to the athletic fields during the party, according to MIT spokesperson Robert J. Sales. The agreement was reached at a clerk-magistrate’s hearing at the Cambridge District Court.
Ted Postol Involved in NMD Debate
The advice on the side of his coffee mug is simple: “Back off Man! I'm a Scientist.”
Incoming Dean Discusses Housing, Mental Health
STAFF REPORTERS
Panhel Flier in ASA Freshman Mailing ‘Not a Strict Violation’
Despite protests by the Women’s Convocation and the Women’s Independent Living Group, this year’s Association of Student Activities’ freshman summer mailing will contain a flier urging freshmen to rush sororities.
Orientation 2000 Will Introduce Temporary Housing Lottery
Two years until all freshmen are housed on campus, and all is quiet on the Orientation front -- more or less. In addition to a few small changes to the usual Orientation schedule for the class of 2004, several new programs with an eye to 2002 will be piloted this fall, including a temporary housing lottery and two pilots combining residence and advising within dormitories.
IFC Designates Phi Delta Theta Alcohol-Free After Violations
In response to Phi Delta Theta’s violations of Boston regulations and the InterFraternity Council’s risk management policy, the IFC Judicial Committee has ruled that the fraternity must be alcohol free until November.
Gold Cup Soccer
(right) US soccer star Mia Hamm fights Brazil’s Juliana Cabral for control of the ball.
Symphony in Color
At the Hatch Shell on this quintessential American holiday, the highlights were Arturo Sandoval’s spirited Cuban rhythms, Don McLean’s rendition of his classic “American Pie,” and a spectacular fireworks show.

World and Nation

China Demands United States Drop Missile Defense System
EPA Issues New Water Pollution Rules to Criticism from Congress
FTC Sues Troubled Web Merchant to Block Selling of Customer Database
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