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Former Tech Staffers Implicated in Thefts

Four former MIT students, including three former members of The Tech’s business staff, have been charged with embezzling from the organization’s bank accounts, and criminal prosecutions are ongoing. After their arraignments, three of the students failed to appear at subsequent court hearings and the court issued warrants for their arrest.

Tribunal Rules Evidence ‘Sufficient’ in Shin Case

A Middlesex Superior Court medical malpractice tribunal ruled that there is enough evidence for a medical malpractice trial in the case of five MIT Medical professionals, defendants in the suit filed by the parents of Elizabeth H. Shin ’02.

Some Dorms Undercrowded After Lottery

There is now “no crowding” in any of MIT’s undergraduate dormitories, according to Assistant Director for Undergraduate Housing Denise A. Vallay.

ABET Gives Engineering Accreditation to Course II-A

Before the accreditation, students who chose the Course II-A path received a Bachelor of Science, rather than a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

MIT Forms Alliance With Zipcar Service

Getting around Boston this fall will be easier for MIT staff and graduate students. MIT Parking and Transportation has formed an alliance with Zipcar, a company that allows subscribers to drive cars placed around the city.


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