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Graduate Rooms Could Be Used To Alleviate Undergrad Crowding

Clay’s report, e-mailed to administrators and student leaders late last week, discussed the current state of crowding on campus, including causes and potential solutions. Clay explained that “currently we have 140 more undergraduate students than we have uncrowded resident hall rooms to accommodate them.”

Students Take Over New Dorm Planning

Planning for Simmons Hall entered a new phase this week, with the official dissolution of the Founder’s Group on Friday and yesterday’s first meeting of a student-led Simmons Steering Committee.

IFC JudComm Lightens Ruling Against Chi Phi

More than three months after the close of rush, the Chi Phi fraternity has finally settled their appeal with the Interfraternity Council over fall rush violations.

Jindong Zhou

Yuan Xiao G, another colleague, described him as “a quiet guy ... but he was ... brilliant.”

Upcoming Cafe in Lobby 7 Highlights Renovations

The Lobby 7 skylight is uncovered, for the first time in almost sixty years. The lobby itself has also undergone significant renovation and cleaning, and the addition of a small cafe and changes to drop poster policy are underway.

Systems Administrator Resigns After Piracy Raids

Federal agents had executed a search warrant at MIT on Dec. 11, seizing three computers from the Economics Department, MIT said in a press release. United States Customs Service investigators also questioned Tresco that day, seizing one computer from his apartment in Allston.


Administration to Push Forward With Lawsuit Over Clean Air Act

Firm Fires Executive, Places Three on Leave in Enron Case

Americans Arrive in Philippines U.S. Special Forces To Aid Filipino Army In Threatened Areas

High Court Rules EEOC Can Ignore Agreements Made Under Arbitration