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Students Tackle Accounts Problem

Representatives from the Association of Student Activities, Dormitory Council, Graduate Student Council, Undergraduate Administration, The Tech, Technique, and Alpha Phi Omega met Sunday to formulate a list of requirements for the new MIT banking system that will forcibly replace outside bank accounts currently operated by student groups.


Jonikas ‘Schwings’ to 2.007 Win Over Parness

“Three ... two ... one ... GOOO!” shouts a boisterous, suspendered M.C.


Brass Rats Found

Class of 2004 Ring Committee member Maxwell E. Planck ’04 said in an e-mail message to the class that the 224 rings were shipped Tuesday.


Anzolini Leaving MITSO For NEC on Sabbatical

Tomorrow, the MIT Symphony Orchestra will play its final concert of the season. Such an occasion would not usually be an especially newsworthy event, but this concert will mark the last performance that music director Dante Anzolini will give with the ensemble before taking a year-long sabbatical.


Edward Cohen

“He was a great musician and a wonderful teacher,” said Professor of Music Ellen Harris, director of the music and theater arts section at MIT.


Segue Misses Target, But Crowds Reduced

Although the Senior Segue attracted only slightly more than half the number of students MIT had hoped for, overcrowding in undergraduate dorms will nonetheless be reduced next year.




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