The Undergraduate Association Election Commission disqualified Rhett Creighton ’02 and Victor W. Brar ’04 from their write-in candidacy for UA president and vice president, marking the third consecutive UA election to feature a disqualification.
For as long as freshmen have been on campus, the monstrosity has been there. In fact, ground was already broken in time for last year’s Campus Preview Weekend. It rose quickly in the fall months, and everyone gawked at its “waffle” exterior. Rumors circulated that aluminum foil would cover the outside, creating a chrome sheen in the sunlight.
Following confusion from student leaders regarding the recently announced activity fee, officers of the Association for Student Activities, Undergraduate Association, and Graduate Student Council met recently with Dean for Student Life Larry G. Benedict and Dean for Graduate Students Isaac M. Colbert recently to discuss the addition to next year’s tuition.
The U.S. Army chose MIT Wednesday to develop military applications for nanotechnology with a $50 million grant to found the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies.
Semifinalists for the 13th annual MIT $50K Entrepreneurship Competition were announced Tuesday night at a ceremony in Wong auditorium.
The MIT College Republicans have reappeared on the school political front, adding fire to an already controversial scene. For their debut performance, the College Republicans invited best-selling author and conservative speaker David Horowitz to speak before the MIT community.
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