InstituteTo Limit SEVIS Reports
MIT will only report basic data on international students to the federal government, administrators say.
SafeRide Removes Signs About Alcohol Policy
The signs appeared on the night-time shuttle buses at the beginning of January and read, “Anyone who has been drinking alcohol and vomits in the bus will be taken to Medical and Campus Police will be notified.”
Card Entries to Campus Buildings, Labs Tracked
The MIT Card Office has begun recording entrances to campus buildings using the MIT card.
Fellowship Cuts Unlikely To Affect Grad Admissions
MIT academic departments do not anticipate a significant change in the number of graduate students admitted for next year, despite cuts in the Presidential Graduate Fellowship funds for 2003-2004.
Few Robots Qualify For Finals in 6.270
The MIT Autonomous Robot Design Competition (6.270) kicked off the end of IAP 2003 with a bang as 57 teams competed in the preliminary rounds of 6.270 on Monday.
WORLD AND NATION
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CONCERT REVIEW: World Premiere Highlight of Quartet Concert -- Arditti Quartet Presents Well-Rehearsed But Unmoving Program of 20th-Century Works
CONCERT REVIEW: Metamorphosen in Star Form -- Classical Meets Pop with Corelli, Schubert, Mendelssohn and Cotton
CONCERT REVIEW: With Yo-Yo Ma on Center Stage, Who Needs Violins? -- Cellist Presents Recital of French Music for Sold-Out Crowd at Symphony Hall
FILM REVIEW *: Afraid of the Dark? -- Darkness Falls Fails to Scare
FILM REVIEW ***: Hable Con Almodovar -- Has Pedro Finally Gotten Over His Mother?
RENTAL ADVISORY: If Only Life Were Like Annie Hall -- What I Wouldn’t Give For a Large Sock With Horse Manure In It
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