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State Police Veteran Made New CP Chief

DiFava said that he is looking forward to working in a smaller environment where he can have closer supervision of the community and its officers.

UA Gives Seats to IFC, DormCon Presidents

The bill was proposed by IFC President Rory P. Pheiffer ’02 and IFC Councilor Anil Varghese ’02. The bill’s supporters suggested that although IFC and DormCon presidents are too involved in their respective organizations to effectively serve as councilors, their presence on the council is still valuable.

By Rima Arnaout

This fall at Olin College, it’s back to school for the first time. The Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering officially opened its Needham, MA campus on August 23, complete with classrooms, students, and teachers.

Drinking in Cambridge

Just before I left Cambridge, my friends put together a scrapbook for me that highlighted some of my misadventures in Corpus Christi. While scouring MIT webspace, they stumbled across a column I wrote for The Tech about a month after arriving on campus. Their favorite line? “I have never consumed any alcohol, and I don't plan to start any time soon.” They got a good laugh over that one.

U.S. News Ranks MIT In Top Five

Princeton ranked first for the second consecutive year, Harvard and Yale tied for second, and the California Institute of Technology placed fourth. MIT tied with Stanford and the University of Pennsylvania for fifth.


Suicide Bombing Targets, Kills Key Afghan Guerrilla Leader

Congress Seeks Economic Plan

Massachusetts Democrats Battle As Congressional Primary Arrives

U.S.-Russian Nuclear Arms Programs Fall into Disarray