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Student Activities Office Offers Improved Services

The Student Activities Office, which provides banking services to student groups and dormitories, announced a series of improvements yesterday in an e-mail to student group treasurers.


In MIT Construction Boom, Campus Gets New Buildings

Newly arriving freshmen have undoubtedly heard much about Simmons Hall and its ongoing construction, and many new graduate students are aware that the Sidney-Pacific Street dormitory is open for business, but these are hardly the only projects on campus right now.


Orientation Activities Impact Dormitory Rush

MIT’s packed schedule of Orientation events has had a mixed impact on dormitory rush, with some dormitories rebelling against what they view as a restrictive official schedule and others simply seeing low turnout.


Tribunal Hears Shin Suit

A Middlesex Superior Court medical malpractice tribunal yesterday heard arguments from both sides in the suit filed by the parents of Elizabeth H. Shin ’02 against MIT and numerous administrators, police, and MIT Medical staff.




WORLD AND NATION

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