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OpenCourseWare To Place Most Class Material on Internet

At a high-profile press conference Wednesday, MIT publicly announced its commitment to a ten-year plan to make material from nearly 2,000 courses freely available over the Internet.

Horowitz, Benton-Lewis Debate

Noted political columnist David Horowitz, who gained notoriety recently over a controversial advertisement, came to MIT for a well-attended debate on Wednesday.

GSC Elects New Officers For Next Academic Year

The Graduate Student Council elected Dilan A. Seneviratne, a second year PhD student in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, as its new president for the 2001-2002 academic year at a meeting on Wednesday.

NOW President Ireland Visits Institute

Patricia Ireland, president of the National Organization for Women, spoke to an audience of about 40 on Wednesday.

750 Pre-Frosh Arrive For Campus Preview

Campus Preview Weekend 2001 officially began at 9:00 a.m. yesterday morning as 750 freshmen converged on campus to get a glimpse of the MIT experience.

Work Begins on Lobby 7’s First-Ever Renovations

Lobby 7 is getting a facelift.



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