Rhett Creighton ’02 and Victor W. Brar ’04 announced their candidacy for Undergraduate Association president and vice president via e-mail early Monday morning, promising $10 to each student who writes in a vote for them.
MIT Friday submitted its first detailed, point-by-point response to the $27 million lawsuit by the parents of Elizabeth H. Shin ’02.
The undergraduate crowding problem will be addressed by housing a mix of rising seniors and sorority members in graduate dorms next year, following new developments in the plan first outlined by Chancellor Phillip L. Clay PhD ’75 in January. Freshmen will not be housed in graduate dormitories.
Patrons of LaVerde’s Market may be able to use the MIT Card to make purchases by this summer.
Last Saturday evening, I wandered through the corridors outside 10-250 with a mixture of intrigue and apprehension. The stench of Cheetos, Chips Ahoy and coffee gone sour filled the air. Bleary-eyed students paced up and down the hall, while others sat hunched over their wireless laptops. Some appeared hysterical. Others were calm, some even napping on sleeping bags.
The City of Cambridge shut down Kresge Auditorium for approximately 48 hours this past weekend, after the sprinkler system flooded Little Kresge theater with four inches of water and caused damage to audio/visual equipment and furnishings of Kresge auditorium.
Leehey, who became a full professor in 1967 after only a few years on the faculty, taught graduate-level courses on flow noise, boundary layer theory, hydrofoil and propellor theory, acoustics, and structural vibration. After retiring in 1992, he continued to teach, including an imaging seminar he taught at the Edgerton Center.
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