Simmons Hall construction is nearly back on schedule, and the new dorm will open its doors to new residents in the fall of 2002 although construction will continue after students arrive.
Faculty, staff, and administrators gathered at Ashdown House Wednesday for a Ramadan dinner, or iftar. The event was the final installment in a series intended to bridge the gap between MIT’s Muslim students and the greater MIT community.
The first-ever meeting of a joint Undergraduate Association/Graduate Student Council judicial board failed to reach a decision expected Thursday night on a Tech appeal of an Association of Student Activities ruling.
Andrew T. Yue ’03 of Kappa Sigma will be the next president of the Interfraternity Council.
A survey conducted by the Office of Residential Life and Student Life Programs has concluded that the pilot Residential Life Associate program has performed well in its first three months.
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