ASA to Redistribute Part of Tech’s Office For Rule Violations
The Executive Board of the Association of Student Activities subtracted about one-fourth of The Tech’s office space as a sanction for violating ASA rush rules.
Two Thirds of Freshmen Pass FEE
Almost two-thirds of the Class of 2005 passed this year’s Freshman Essay Evaluation (FEE), the first to be graded under MIT’s new Communication Requirement.
Frats Hopeful As Rush Winds Down
As freshmen begin to accept bids to join fraternities and independent living groups today, fraternities and independent living groups seem confident that this year’s rush will be a strong one.
A Carnival of Cultures
WORLD AND NATION
Budget Office Predicts Slow Growth, Dwindling Surplus
U.S. May Skip U.N. Assembly Session On Children Due to Abortion Clause
Weather: Understated Beauty
Got One Wife? Have Another.
Learning to Embrace Athena
Wherefore Art Thou Mario?
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Freshmen Not Apathetic, Just Better Informed
CONCERT REVIEW: Not So Young Anymore -- Crosby, Still, and Nash Relive the Good Years
CONCERT REVIEW: Godsmack Comes Home -- Edgy Band on Tour for Second Album’s Release
MUSIC REVIEW: Center Stage at 15 -- Meet 3LW -- Pop’s Latest Issue
MUSIC REVIEW: No One -- Interview with an Up and Coming Hard Rock Band
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Summer Lunch at the Summer Shack -- A Diamond in the Rough
Some Lesser-Known Groups at the Institute
Campus Crusade for Cthulhu
Society for Creative Anachronism
Tech Snow Team