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Crowding Numbers Reduced

At a meeting Wednesday administrators and Undergraduate Association leaders came to an agreement that the Senior Segue would remain open until 100 students had applied, down from the original goal of 140.


Spring Concert, I-Fair Highlights of Weekend

Spring Weekend kicked off to a rocking start last night as hundreds flocked into Johnson Athletic Center to witness the annual spectacle of the Alpha Chi Omega Lip Sync.


Wolfensohn Agrees to Private Forum

James D. Wolfensohn, president of the World Bank, has accepted a proposal from the office of President Charles M. Vest to meet privately with some 20 members of the MIT community following his address at the upcoming commencement ceremony.


Victor F. Weisskopf

From 1961 to 1965, Weisskopf was head of the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN). He returned again to MIT in 1966 and was named an Institute Professor. Professor John W. Negele said he had “a big impact on science sociology” and on “getting people to work together” during his time at CERN.


Vest Takes Early Lead in Annual Big Screw Contest

The annual Institute Screw Contest, otherwise known as “The Big Screw,” has already raised more than $800 for charity as of Thursday night.


AI Lab, LCS Discuss Plans for Stata Move

A committee appointed by Dean of Engineering Thomas L. Magnanti is currently discussing possible changes to the relationship between the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and the Laboratory for Computer Science when the two move to the new Stata Center in 2003-2004.


New Mental Health Services Announced

In this program, students are able to speak with a senior mental health staff member for 15 to 20 minutes on the same day that they call for help. In addition, students will be given an appointment with a clinician within a week of their initial phone call.


Big Screw Standings




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