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By Nancy L. Keuss

Last month, Dilan A. Seneviratne was elected president of the Graduate Student Council for the coming academic year. The Tech sat down with Seneviratne to discuss his involvement with the GSC and his plans for the upcoming year.

ATO, Roots Engage In Roofdeck Scuffle

Racially charged language sparked a physical altercation last friday between members of the hip-hop band The Roots and the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.

Julia M. Carpenter

Carpenter was a member of Alpha Chi Sigma (AXE), a professional chemistry fraternity. Last year, she rowed for the women’s crew team.

ROTC Celebrates Pass in Review

The annual MIT Reserve Officer Training Corps Tri-service Presidential Pass in Review took place at Berry Field on Friday afternoon.

MIT Medical Center Extends Outpatient Therapy Coverage

This improved coverage applies to outpatient individual or group psychotherapy, and it covers services provided by a licensed Massachusetts Blue Cross Blue Shield participating psychiatrist, psychologist, independent clinical social worker, mental health counselor or mental health clinical nurse specialist, when referred by MIT Medical’s Mental Health Service.



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