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IM ExecComm Bans DKE For Fall Term

The Intramural Executive Committee has suspended the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity from involvement in all IM sports for the remainder of this term and for fall 2001.

Students Help With Project Bread

Some students walked with their friends, while others came as members of large organizations. MIT’s Hunger Action Group turned out for the walk, and for the first time the Interfraternity Council attempted to organize a group of MIT students.

Wave of Protests Hits Local Colleges

Amidst a wave of protests that have hit several Boston area colleges, administrators at Northeastern University and student activists have reached an agreement over the use of sweatshop labor in the production of school-sanctioned merchandise.

UA Supports Protest

Club Z Holds First Social Event

Jazz filled the air as guests sipped smoothies at a party hosted by Club Z, a new group which plans alternative social events for the MIT community.



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