CSC Constitution Investigated Over Potential Discrimination
The Association of Student Activities will ask the Chinese Students Club to remove a provision from their constitution which requires the president, vice president, and cultural director to be “active members of Chinese origin.”
Students Debate New Orientation Schedule Plans at Town Meeting
Members of the Residence System Implementation Team presented plans for a one-week 2002 orientation schedule at a town meeting hosted by the Undergraduate Association on Tuesday.
Newman Talks About Research Combining Space and Biology
The Biomedical Engineering Society concluded its fall Distinguished Lecture Series yesterday with a talk by MacVicar Fellow and Associate Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics Dava J. Newman.
Search Committee Appoints Zue Director Of LCS Following Two Month Interim Role
After serving as interim director for two months, Professor Victor W. Zue has been named director of the Laboratory for Computer Science by an internal search committee.
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