ATO Violations Lead To 2-Year Sanctions
Alpha Tau Omega was sentenced to a sanction to last until 2005 for violating party risk management rules at an Interfraternity Council President’s Council meeting two weeks ago, said David J. Ostlund ’04, president of ATO.
Baker, Next House May Follow Simmons Subsidized Dining Plan
Next House and Baker House governments are considering adopting a subsidized dining initiative that would cut prices in half in exchange for a fee paid each semester.
Northeastern Crew Team Finds Unidentified Body
A team of rowers from Northeastern University discovered a dead body in the middle of the Charles River while practicing last night at 7:30 p.m.
UA Senate Revises Election Codes, Elects New Officers
The Undergraduate Association Senate held a meeting last night to elect two new officers, approve updates to the UA election code and campaign rules, and discuss money allocation.
Brief Power Outage Hits North Campus
Several buildings on the northern and northwestern areas of campus experienced brief power outages on Sunday morning.
WORLD AND NATION
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Pentagon Says It Won’t Tally Civilian Casualties of Iraq War
Nation’s Largest Internet Provider Files Five Federal Spamming Suits
Weather: A Small Taste of Spring
A Safe Ride for All
Daytime SafeRide Useful, Inexpensive
A Bloody Experiment
Please, Take My Money!
Through Whose Eyes Do You See?
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Finding the Stolen Middle Ground
Learn Your Manners, Leftists
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