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MIT Attorneys Able To Counsel Students

A judge ruled yesterday that MIT’s attorneys will be able to represent students who have been subpoenaed in connection with the lawsuit filed by the family of Elizabeth H. Shin ’02 against MIT. The ruling denied a motion by the plaintiffs’ lawyers to dismiss Palmer and Dodge LLP as counsel for MIT students.

Dining Board Outlines Optional Meal Plan During Town Meeting

The Campus Dining Board (CDB) no longer recommends a mandatory meal plan for all students as outlined in a proposal last fall.

Fraud Forces The Tech To Close Bank Accounts

The Tech lost tens of thousands of dollars over the past few months due to fraud involving its credit-card point-of-sale terminal, members of the paper’s governing body revealed this week.

MIT Medical Establishes New Campus Life Clinical Director

MIT Medical is currently seeking to fill a new position entitled Clinical Director for Campus Life for next fall as well as the position of Chief of Mental Health, which will be vacant next fall.

Five Professors Named MacVicar Fellows

Five of MIT’s finest professors will be honored today as MacVicar Faculty Fellows in recognition of their contributions to undergraduate education.

Events Schedule Set For Spring Weekend

The Spring Weekend Committee has finalized the schedule of events, which will include the first-ever class field day and a party at MacGregor House.


U.S. Consumers’ Spending Increases Bringing Economy Out of Recession

Israel Launches Major Assault On Palestinian Refugee Camps