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UA Encourages Discussion of Meal Plan

The MIT Office of Campus Dining announced recently that some form of mandatory meal plan would soon be put into effect. The current plan is supposed to allow more competition among vendors on campus, thus providing more dining options for the MIT community.

UA Removes Three Candidates From Freshman Council Ballot

Two tickets have been dropped from the official ballot for the Class of 2005 elections, and problems with the voting system caused all votes cast during the first 16 hours of online voting to be discarded.

Mental Health Plans Begin to Take Shape

MIT has initiated a pilot program for a Residence Support Team that will assign physicians and counselors to living groups. The goal of the program is getting to know students and reducing their reluctance to seek help when they need it, Mental Health Task Force co-chairs announced at last Wednesday’s faculty meeting.

MIT to Impose Mandatory Meal Plan

“This is a move towards building communities among students by giving them the opportunity to dine in a more sociable environment,” said Richard D. Berlin III, director of campus dining services.

Student-Led Teach-in Covers New Viewpoint

MIT students, faculty, and staff gathered in 26-100 for the second of six teach-ins in response to the tragedies in New York and the Pentagon. The only teach-in with a student-led panel, the focus of this event was “international student perspectives.”


Taliban Takeovers Inhibit UN Aid, Afghan Militia Mobilizes Thousands

Russia Vows to Give Support To Rebel Forces in Afghanistan

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