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Court Rules Thomas Must Repay $15,784

Huanne T. Thomas ’02, The Tech’s former business manager, received six months probation and was ordered to repay MIT $15,784 at a Sept. 6 hearing in Cambridge District Court, after admitting to having used The Tech’s credit card terminal “for her own personal gain.”


Massachusetts Primaries Today

There are two local primaries in Cambridge, one for the state representative from the Eighth District of Suffolk County and the other for the Suffolk, Middlesex, and Essex County state senate seat. At the state level, there are three primaries, for governor, lieutenant governor and treasurer. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.


U.S. News Rankings Put MIT in 4th, Up One Spot

MIT finished in a five-way tie among national universities, with the California Institute of Technology and Duke also tied with MIT this year.


Cambridge, MIT Exchange Nearly 100 Students for ’02

“We’re hopeful and happy that the program is getting off the ground,” said Jason K. Shumaker, a CMI program coordinator for undergraduate education. “There’s a positive word of mouth -- people are definitely hearing more about the program.”


AI Lab, LCS to Merge After Stata Center Completed

The Laboratory for Computer Science and the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, separate since 1970, plan to merge after they move into the new Stata Center in 2004.


by Nathan Collins

Despite the departure of Akamai Technologies from Technology Square, the properties appear to have been a good investment for MIT.




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