MIT administration is deciding whether it should take disciplinary action in a case of out-of-state street sign theft allegedly perpetrated by four members of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
Despite a contentious initial argument over the program’s location, the Technology Enabled Active Learning Studio Physics Project (TEAL) is proving thus far to be quite a success, according to students and faculty.
The Graduate Student Council and the Class of 2003 will host the second ever Infinite Buffet, a $65,000 event that attempts to bring together the MIT community by filling the infinite corridor with food.
If you’ve never experienced the foul stench of a six-year-old carton of milk rotting away in a dorm fridge, visit Random Hall today. Then decide whether mandatory dining or Simmons Hall could possibly be any uglier than Random Hall Milk.
MIT’s famous autonomous robot design contest, 6.270, completed its participant registration, and contestants were selected for the next Independent Activity Period’s competition.
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