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UA Endorses Changes In Medical Transport

“Confidential emergency medical transport” is a catch-phrase currently looming over the MIT campus. This issue has recently become more visible because of a UA petition in support of this policy; however, students and administrators do not necessarily agree on how this policy should be carried out.

FSILG Advisor Dorow Resigns

Assistant Dean for Residential Life and Student Life Programs Neal H. Dorow resigned from his position at MIT last week after serving for more than 12 years as advisor to the FSILG system.

Medical Transport Part of Debate on Alcohol Policy

“ "Confidential emergency medical transport" is a catch-phrase currently looming over the MIT campus. This issue h as recently become more visible because of a UA petition in support of this policy; however, students and administrators do not necessarily agree on how this policy should be carried out .

Concerned Citizens, Progressive Voters Flock to Nader Rally

When 12,000 supporters of Green Party nominee Ralph Nader rolled into Boston for a massive rally, it wasn’t surprising to see throngs of local college students or activists handing out flyers calling for the freedom of Mumia Abu-Jamal.

Gore, Bush Meet Today For Debate

The debate will be cohosted by UMass Boston and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and moderated by PBS’s Jim Lehrer.

CLC Gives Next House Warning

In addition to issuing a written warning, the CLC ordered MIT to carry out an eight-step plan proposed by Dean for Student Life Larry G. Benedict and to keep the CLC updated on the plan’s progress.

Anonymous medical transport

Seale said as i was walk over, walked past walker. ambulance, cp car, 4 uniformed pol off, one per need help. while one of cps wrapping p kid, one asked students. a bit antagonistic. i'm the boss here.

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