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Coop Removes ‘IHTFP’ Shirt from Display

A shirt bearing the letters “IHTFP” was recently removed from display at the MIT Coop store in the Student Center after the store manager received a complaint reportedly originating from the Admissions Office.


$50K Competition Holds First Workshop of Year

Aspiring entrepreneurs from MIT and the outside community gathered in Walker Memorial for the first major event of the MIT $50K Entrepreneurship Competition on Wednesday evening. A panel of alumni from the competition advised this year’s hopefuls on how to build a viable team and shared the stories of their companies.


Survey Results Show Frosh ‘Content’ with Lottery Picks

After the orientation adjustment lottery, 74 percent of the freshmen were in their first choice dormitory, 19 percent were in their second choice, and 7 percent were in their third.


Frosh Elect Hoff as President, New Officials Hopeful

President-elect Hoff received nearly one-third of the votes, winning by a wide margin.


The following incidents were reported to The Police at MIT between August 25, - September 15, 2002. This summary contains most incidents reported to the MIT Police but does not include incidents such as: medical shuttles, ambulance transfers, false alarms, general service calls, etc.

August 26: Boston, Beta Theta Pi, report of sidewalk blocked by items; Bldg. E23, past larceny of credit cards; Student Center, report of male suspect in women’s restroom, all areas checked negative results.




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