LGC Votes To Secede From IFC
The Living Group Council voted Sunday to begin preparing to secede from the Interfraternity Council.
Petition, Talks Fuel Iraq Debate at MIT
The debate over possible U.S. military action in Iraq has hit MIT on several fronts, with a major petition gaining support on campus and a series of discussions this week.
IFC Fills Two Positions Left Open By Resignations
The Interfraternity Council has elected two interim officers to fill positions left vacant by the recent wave of resignations.
Properties Owned By MIT Affected by Janitors’ Strike
MIT students will join marchers throughout Boston Thursday in support of more than 10,000 striking janitors, including employees at MIT’s University Park and Technology Square developments.
Tough Head for Heavyweights, But Alums Dominate Sculling
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Human Rights? Let’s Be Honest
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Elon Sweeps Away Palestinian Rights
CONCERT REVIEW: Sleater-Kinney: Yeah, Yeah, YEAH! -- Who Needs Bass Guitars, Anyway?
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