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Elections Underway With Focus on Rules

Candidates commented on a distinct change of agenda in this year’s meeting. “I noticed there was an increased focus on election rules this time,” said Reuben Cummings, a candidate for Class of 2004 president.

Weak Economy Claims ArsDigita, Makes Arthur D. Little Bankrupt

Out with the old, out with the new. Two companies with MIT roots have fallen on hard times lately -- Arthur D. Little, Inc., founded in 1886 by Arthur D. Little 1885, and ArsDigita, co-founded in 1997 by MIT Affiliate Philip G. Greenspun ’82.

Hearts, Homework Fill Valentine’s Day for MIT

The day of cupids, conversation hearts, chocolate candies and furry stuffed animals is fast approaching. Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day, a day that makes lovers gush and others hurl, will soon be on everyone’s mind, like it or not.

Breakfast Celebrates MLK Day

Political commentator and author Tavis Smiley was greeted by a diverse crowd at the Twenty-Eighth Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Friday morning.


Rumsfeld Seeks Investigation Of Mistreatment Allegations

Israel Continues Gaza Strikes After First Use of New Rocket