Simmons Opens After Delays
Simmons Hall opened to residents last Tuesday, after a four-day delay.
Freshmen Arrive for Revamped Orientation
The Class of 2006 arrived this weekend as the first class to experience the myriad of changes to the MIT residential system, and initial reaction has been largely positive.
FILGs Face Fewer Restrictions on Pre-Rush Events
After years of complicated rush rules and a packed week of activities designed to bring freshmen into fraternities, sororities, and independent living groups, this year’s Orientation features a substantially slimmed down recruitment process.
Deutsch’s most remarkable accomplishment was the discovery of positronium, a hydrogen-like atom without a nucleus, in 1951. He was only 34 years old at the time.
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