Elections For 2006 To Begin Thursday
Online voting will open at midnight on Thursday and will close at midnight on Monday. Paper balloting will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 1st, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Lobby 10.
Support For MEng Students Reduced
Course VI was one of the hardest hit departments in terms of income when the stock market began to fall.
Z-Center Opens Doors to Community
“We’re very pleased with it being a day off,” he said. “As a result we have seen so many students coming in.”
Over 100 Companies to Visit Institute for Career Fair
“It is certain that there are fewer companies hiring and that the companies that are hiring are hiring less ... but it’s still a great time for MIT students because companies want the best students, and they’re at MIT,” Hall said.
Arrow St. to Open in October, One Month Behind Schedule
Arrow St. will serve crepes, coffee, and some flavors of Toscanini’s ice cream. For the first few days, a “soft opening” which involves complimentary ice cream and other foods will take place. Only lunch will be served. Later, Arrow St. will move on to its full schedule of 17 hours a day, six days a week, with half-days on the seventh.
Despite Problem Sets, Frosh Enjoy Rush
This opinionated statement on the subject of Rush 2002 came from a brother of Chi Phi, just one example of how the fraternities are still going all out to attract new members.
WORLD AND NATION
Marines to Begin Desert War Training on Kuwaiti Shores
Emergency Smallpox Response Plan Outlines Mass Vaccination
Glacial Avalanches May Show Signs of Global Climate Change
Parents to Seek Voluntary Recall On Early Model of Child Car Seat
Weather: Back to Normal
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
The Trendy Elite B-Schools
Community of Tolerance
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Human Factor
A Message On Medical Confidentiality
Alpha Kappa Alpha First Sorority at MIT
Too Much Concern For Safety
CD REVIEW: Andy Stochansky’s Five Star Motel -- Still Stochanskian
CONCERT REVIEW: Aaron Carter -- Welcome to Consumption, U.S.A.
CONCERT REVIEW: Ptolemy Players -- Passionate Pulitzers
RESTAURANT REVIEW: Airhead Bread -- Hi-Rise Bread Co.
THEATER REVIEW: A Good Finnish Start -- Boston Ballet presents ‘Morris, Forsythe, and a World Premiere’
THEATER REVIEW: From Russia with Love -- Huntington Theatre opens its season With Country Months
MIT Women’s Field Hockey Falls to Clark University Despite Strong Defensive Play
Men’s X-C Previews Nat’l Race
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