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MIT Living Groups Show Off at Midway
Simmons Starts Recruiting One Year Early; Panhellenic Association Takes More Booths

The last Residence Midway of its kind gave the Class of 2005 a first glimpse at MIT’s large array of living options.

Vest Delivers Address, Voted Off Outback

Residence selection can be a confusing and overwhelming process for incoming students which is only compounded by the many rush rules that govern FSILGs.

Activist’s Speech Covers Sexual Attitudes, Rape
Koestner Shares Own Story, Attacks Sexist Humor

On Friday morning, freshmen and transfer students gathered in Kresge Auditorium to hear Katie Koestner, an activist and date rape victim, speak about sexual attitudes and rape.

Navigating Institute Phone Network, Distance Calling

To the freshman navigating the jungle of MIT’s campus, anything and everything can seem to glow with mystery and fascination -- from the Greek letters that overhang fraternity houses to the oddly-shaped auditorium that is Kresge. The first-year student may be just itching to dial home and brag to parents and younger siblings.

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Retired Air Force Sergeant Regan Accused of Stealing Secret Data

Bush’s Pick for Top Military Post Reflects His Pentagon Priorities

FBI’s Controversial ‘Carnivore’ May Soon Expand, Says Group

New Judge Assigned to Hear Remainder of Microsoft Case