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Housing Team to Issue Report, Draft Includes Only Raw Data

The Residence System Implementation Team, created in 2001 to develop and execute a plan for the revamped residence selection procedure, will dissolve next week after submitting its final report, said members of the team.


Universities Near SEVIS Deadline

Several of MIT’s peer universities have said that they will only report the minimum required by the government for the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System. The Institute has vowed to follow a similar policy.


I/S Installing Mail Filter

The SpamAssassin e-mail filter has been installed and has been active on MIT post office servers since Jan. 11, but Information Systems will delay an official announcement until the week of March 10.


UA Kicks Off ’03 Elections

The race for Undergraduate Association president kicked off last night at an informational meeting for all presidential and class council candidates.


Forest City Seeking Variance for Labs Near Sidney-Pacific

Controversy over a proposed construction project near the Sidney-Pacific graduate residence remains unresolved as the Cambridge Planning Board approaches a decision on the future of 100 Landsdowne Street.


MIT, Cambridge Tensions Focus On in Lieu of Taxes Agreement

As MIT presented its annual town-gown report, Cambridge officials said they want an agreement on payments in lieu of taxes and more information on MIT’s future construction.


Fewer Prospectives Interested in EECS

The number of prospective freshmen listing Course VI (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) as their “intended major” dropped noticeably in this year’s applicant pool. Freshman application numbers remained largely unchanged otherwise.


Gaggle Cops 123rd Tech Managing Board Elections

“Why, God? Why did he have to die in that awful horse breeding accident?” Elsie shrieked, drawing looks from the few hurried passersby.




WORLD AND NATION

Key European Allies Remain Unconvinced by Powell Case

Bush Administration Defends Policy of Korean Containment

Democrats Call Bush Funding Proposals Misleading to Public

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