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FILGs Begin Rush with Some Trepidation

The Kickoff marks the start of two weeks of events held by member houses of the Interfraternity Council and the Living Group Council, designed to introduce non-affiliated students to FILG life. The Panhellenic Association will also be holding rush events, but they will only be open to sophomores, juniors, seniors, and transfer students.


Over 100 Spaces Untaken In Dorm

The building includes 440 living units, 35 of which were originally designated as quads. Due to the undercrowding of the dormitory and student concerns for privacy, 25 of these quads are in the process of being converted into doubles.


Zesiger Center Slated to Open on September 23

The Albert and Barrie Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center will officially open for business this Monday, Sept. 23. All MIT students will be able to use the facility free of charge.


Simmons Hall Construction Expected to Finish in Nov.

“The project was accelerated from a normal construction schedule of 30 months to 24 months in order to complete all the living areas in the building by Sept. 1,” Curley said.


MIT Benefits from Tech Square

Despite the departure of Akamai Technologies from Technology Square, a number of businesses and MIT departments are moving in to the recently acquired MIT property, and the investment appears to have been a good one.




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