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IFC Elects Recruitment Chair

The Interfraternity Council has elected Joshua S. Yardley ’04 as Recruitment Chair for the upcoming year, the first that freshmen will no longer be able to live off campus.


DiFava, Widnall Begin Logan Security Work

Acting Governor Jane Swift appointed Colonel John DiFava of the Massachusetts State Police to the interim position of public safety director of Logan International Airport on October 3. DiFava was recently announced as the new chief of MIT’s Campus Police.


Students, Admins Discuss Meal Plan

MIT’s campus was abuzz with dining debate this week, as the Undergraduate Association sponsored a forum to discuss the newly proposed mandatory dining plan, and the Dormitory Council met with President Charles M. Vest.


D.C. Police Thwart Peaceful Demonstration

This past weekend I learned what pepper spray smelled like.



WORLD AND NATION

Drug Company Agrees to Plead Guilty; Will Pay Out $875 Million Penalty

Bush and Congressional Leaders Promise to Help Revive Economy

Palestinian Gunman Attacks, Kills Several Israeli Citizens

Pakistan Says that Evidence Links bin Laden to Attacks

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Why the Towers Fell

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Women s Volleyball Wins Four

Men s Water Polo Shines in California

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