At least three current or former MIT students, including former section editors of The Tech, have been subpoenaed to be deposed in the lawsuit against MIT filed by the parents of Elizabeth H. Shin ’02.
Applications for admission to MIT’s graduate programs are up by more than 800 this year, or about 10 percent, as many college graduates face a crippled job market due to the weak economy.
Federal Work-Study (FWS) funds allocated to students receiving financial aid at MIT are being grossly underused, according to MIT Student Financial Services (SFS).
Daniel A. Trujillo became MIT’s first-ever Associate Dean for Alcohol Education and Community Development starting Jan. 1. Trujillo previously served as Alcohol Coordinator for the State University of New York.
MIT is taking extra precautions in its undergraduate admissions policies this year to ensure that the incoming Class of 2006 does not exceed 1000 students. Fewer bids will be sent out to prospective freshmen starting this year in hopes of maintaining this number.
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