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MIT Hosts Science Expo

Over 250 seventh and eighth grade students from Cambridge schools filled Johnson Athletic Center Wednesday to present their science projects at the 2001 MIT/Cambridge Science Expo.

Housing Lottery Strands Students

This year’s lottery for summer housing left about 130 applicants without a place to stay for the summer, including 63 residents of East Campus. It was the first time a centralized selection process has determined summer assignments.

Wen Ho Lee Case Discussed at Colloquium

Even though the investigation of Wen Ho Lee has ended, a recent forum at MIT showed that the many issues surrounding the case of suspected espionage are still as fresh as ever.

Spring Weekend to Feature Many Events

Spring at the Institute has finally arrived.

Devereaux Ready for New Job

Last month, Jaime E. Devereaux ’02 was elected president of the Undergraduate Association for the coming academic year. The Tech sat down with Devereaux to discuss her involvement with the UA and her plans for the upcoming year.



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