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Faculty Vote to Kill Second-Term P/NR For Spring of 2003

About 100 faculty members voted unanimously on Wednesday to eliminate second-term Pass/ No Record for the 2002-2003 class year.

EPA, MIT Reach Agreement over Violations

MIT agreed on Wednesday to pay $150,000 in fines to the Environmental Protection Agency and has announced a $405,000 series of environmental improvement programs.

MIT Ready To Set Rent For NW30

Deans will meet with graduate students today to set the rent for Building NW30, the warehouse on Albany Street that is currently being converted into a graduate dormitory for first-year students this fall.

Chomsky Speaks About U.S. Role In United Nations

In a presentation highlighting the often duplicitous role of the United States in the United Nations, Institute Professor Noam Chomsky addressed a nearly packed 26-100 on Tuesday.

Students Get Ready For Weekend Rallies

MIT students aren’t exactly known for their political activism, but this weekend two groups of students will be participating in high-profile protests.

Interim RBA Report Highlights Strengths Of Fall-Term Pilots

An interim report on this year’s residence-based advising (RBA) pilot programs emphasizes the system’s successes.

Harvard Students Stage Labor Sit-in

PSLM members said their protest -- strategically located in the building housing the office of University President Neil L. Rudenstine -- also demands that the University join the Worker’s Rights Consortium, an independent factory monitoring board.


Study Eyes Link Between Agent Orange Defoliant and Leukemia

South Africa, Manufacturers Settle Over AIDS Medication

U.S. to Sign Pact on Chemicals, Seek New Greenhouse Strategy

Post-Collision Talks Inconclusive No Accord Reached Between U.S., China Regarding Spy Plane