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Prospective Students Hit Campus for CPW

Over 700 prospective freshmen arrived on campus yesterday for Campus Preview Weekend.

Wijesinghe Elected GSC President

The Graduate Student Council elected its officers for the 2002-2003 academic year Wednesday, choosing Sanith Wijesinghe G as president, John P. Lock G as vice president, Vijay Shilpiekandula G as secretary, and Alvar Saenz Otero G as treasurer.

MIT’s Legal Approaches Vary in Different Cases

To students occupied with the daily grind of MIT life, it may not be obvious that MIT is more than just an academic institution. MIT not only deals with teaching, research, and student life; the Institute is also involved in many legal battles. A review by The Tech of 17 of the Institute’s currently ongoing lawsuits found that in court, MIT has interpreted its non-commercial status differently to suit different legal situations.

Current Lawsuits Involving MIT

Ashdown House Launches Non-Aramark Meal Option

In an attempt to diversify dining options on campus, Ashdown House will open its dining hall to the MIT community on Tuesday evenings with a rotating international cuisine.

Ashford Kicks Off Series on Sustainable Development

Kicking off a five-part lecture series addressing the topic of sustainable growth, Institute Professor Nicholas Ashford spoke Wednesday on the global issue of sustainability.


Bush Confronts Prime Minister With New Demands for Israel

Hanssen Report Criticizes FBI For Failure to Monitor Agents