Houses Report Rush A Mixed Bag So Far
As the second day of rush drew to a close, members of the FSILG community expressed generally positive feelings about this year’s rush.
One in Five Freshmen Pass FEE
In a result consistent with that of previous years, 19 percent of the incoming class passed the Freshman Essay Evaluation this year.
Tragic Death Prompted Housing System Reform
The 1997 drinking death of freshman pledge Scott S. Krueger ’01 plunged the MIT community into a period of debate and reflection on the future of the MIT housing system.
Sororities and ILGs Enjoy Brisk Rush
First-year women considered their social and residential options during the first days of this year’s rush.
WORLD AND NATION
Clinton Visits Nigerian Village, Supports Budding Democracy
Violent Crime Down Ten Percent Last Year in Third Drop in Decade
Bush, Gore Campaigns Deliberate Plans to Improve Public Education
Three Israeli Soldiers Die in Foiled Raid Against Hamas Soldiers May Have Been Killed Accidentally by Comrades; Palestinian Authority Leaders Condemn Planned Seizure
United Airlines, Pilots Agree on Schedules for Regional Flights Next on the Agenda: Contract Negotiations with Largest Union, Job Security Agreement before Planned Merger with US Airways
A Little Medicine
What? Where? Who?
Born in a Small Town
ONLINE SERVICE REVIEW: Kozmo.com -- Get Happy
RESTAURANT REVIEW: The Elephant Walk -- Cambodian-French Cuisine
men’s water polo
men’s, women’s tennis ranked highest ever nationally
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