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Chi Phi Breaks IFC Rush Rules, Desk Closure Ends Rush Early

The Interfraternity Council closed down the rush of the Chi Phi fraternity last night as a result of repeated rules violations.

Student Groups Court Incoming Freshmen at Midways

Members of the Class of 2005 roamed the floor of Johnson Athletics Center last night, gathering information about countless Institute student groups and taking full advantage of their free offerings. This year’s Activities Midway, sponsored by the Association of Student Activities, inundated MIT students with over 200 different ways to spend their free time.

Clay Announces New Mental Health Plans

In response to the recently released report of the MIT Mental Health Task Force, Chancellor Phillip L. Clay announced yesterday that the Institute will expand mental health appointment hours and introduce mental health programs into the dormitories and ILGs.

Fraternities Encouraged By Numbers

With the 2001 rush season nearing its official close, fraternities and independent living groups appear satisfied with the outcomes of their recruitment efforts.


Israelis Occupy Palestinian Town, U.S. Urges Withdrawal

Algerian Indicted in Bomb Plot Grand Jury Links Suspect to Terrorist Osama bin Laden

U.S. Likely to Attend U.N. Session Despite Concerns over Abortion

FBI Alleges Air Force Cryptanalyst Planned to Sell Classified Materials