Over 400 eager students gathered in the winding hallways outside 10-250 last Saturday. Surely it was for a presentation given by a world-famous lecturer? Or the announcement of a great scientific breakthrough? Not quite. The throngs of MIT students waited to see the Chorallaries’ Concert in Bad Taste, an outrageous comedy show where nothing is sacred and all is a potential target.
At a Baker House Committee meeting last night, residents discussed the possibility of expanding MIT’s residence-based advising program to their dormitory next fall.
The Class of 2003 returned to tradition for their class ring design while including many unique features signifying this year’s sophomore class.
Administrators may soon reside in some of MIT’s dormitories to assist and advise students .
To All Concerned Members of the MIT Community,
The worst nor’easter to strike New England in four years forced the early closure of MIT yesterday and may cause more cancellations today.
MIT announced it would increase financial aid grants for next year by almost 20 percent - the largest percentage increase ever - at the same time it raises tuition.
Amid a storm of controversy, Undergraduate Association Election Commissioner Zhelinrentice L. Scott ’00 has officially recused herself from her authority on all issues regarding the UA Presidential/Vice Presidential election. Scott will still act as commissioner for all other elections.
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