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‘Survivor’ Orientation Kicks Off

Orientation 2001 kicked off in Kresge auditorium last night, and members of the class of 2005 found that they were already learning new things.

UROP Raises Hourly Pay Rate for Students

UROP stipends may never compare with what’s offered at a big company or consulting firm. But effective Sept. 5, MIT undergraduate researchers are getting a raise.

Freshmen Express Feelings on Rush

At MIT, the residence selection process has become a unique rite of passage for all incoming freshmen. Among members of the Class of 2005, attitudes toward rush tend to vary quite a bit.

MIT, MBTA Offer Several Modes of Transportation

This is the second in a series of articles dedicated to shedding some light on how to get around MIT.



WORLD AND NATION

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