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Freshmen Revote on President, Treasurer

The Undergraduate Association Judicial Board announced last night that the paper ballot elections for the Class of 2005 President and Treasurer will be run again.

IFC Plans For 2002 Transition

Just a few weeks after the end of MIT’s final residential rush, administrators and the Interfraternity Council have already begun to gear up for recruitment 2002.

ATO Brothers Left Homeless by CLC

The first thing Nathan J. Ackerman 04 has seen every morning since Rosh Hashanah is the laptop computer he clutches in his arms when he sleeps on the slobbery blue couch in the fifth floor study room of the student center.

Vacant Seats Intensify City Council Campaigns

The Cambridge City Council race is heating up as the candidates begin their final month of campaigning.

CMI Sends 33 MIT Students to Cambridge

The CMI exchange program began last year when nine MIT students ventured to Cambridge to spend the year studying in their respective majors.

Women’s Crew Team Tries to Enter Div I

“We, as an institution, wish to preserve the strong traditions of rowing at the EAWRC [Eastern Association of Women’s Rowing Colleges] sprints level of competition,” said Director of Athletics Candace L. Royer.

New Administrators Join MIT Community

Baker is the new Associate Dean and Director for Student Life Programs. Canizares was recently named Associate Provost, replacing Professor Phillip L. Clay PhD ’75, who now serves as Chancellor. Beamon is the new Associate Dean and Director for the Office of Minority Education.


Authority Given to Down Planes Two Generals May Attack, Destroy Commercial Aircraft

Two Candidates for NYC Mayor Would Extend Giuliani’s Term

Taliban Locates Terrorist Leader, Asks Him to Depart Afghanistan

FBI Opens Civil Rights Investigations Ninety Cases of Hate Crimes Filed Since Terrorist Hijackings