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Kruegers Settle Suit With Fiji Fraternity

In addition, Fiji, one of the parties the Kruegers held responsible for the wrongful death of their son, Scott, also agreed to establish policies to encourage responsible drinking.


Assistant Professor Sues MIT Over Tenure

Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics Maurice Van Putten has filed a civil lawsuit against MIT for over $25,000, plus damages. He claims that his application for promotion to associate professor did not receive “fair and objective promotional evaluation.”


Simmons Completion Schedule Extended

Construction of Simmons Hall, is still in the final stages, though now the dormitory’s expected date of completion has been pushed back from November to January.


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Cambridge Approves Altered Neuroscience Building

MIT received unanimous approval from the City of Cambridge Planning Board for the building permit of the new Brain and Cognitive Sciences (BCS) building on Tuesday, after the architects made several revisions to improve public access.


The following incidents were reported to the MIT Police October 1-15, 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.

October 2: Bldg. 66, laptop computer stolen $1,600; Bldg. E52, report of stolen bike; Bldg. 9, report of bike stolen $350;




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