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Rhee Death Apparently Suicide

The death of Jaemin Rhee PhD ’01 appears to be a suicide.


Orientation 2003: New Events, Less Time for Rush

The Class of 2007 will have three days to relocate to new dormitories once they arrive on campus, according to a draft of the 2003 Orientation schedule.


Matchup Participants File Many Complaints

Harvard University students filed a series of harassment complaints with MIT and Harvard campus police in connection with the MIT-Harvard-Wellesley Matchup service offered this past February.


MIT Loses Patent Lawsuit

MIT lost a patent infringement lawsuit against Lockheed Martin Corp. that sought royalties for Lockheed s operation of two United States ground stations for Inmarsat, a global satellite telephone system.


Next September, Crowding May Return to Dormitories

Several fraternities report that most of their freshmen pledges are planning on moving into their fraternity houses next year, but some degree of crowding is anticipated in the dormitories next year.


Missing BU Professor Found Dead in Charles River

Students and professors at Boston University gathered Tuesday, many in tears, after receiving the news they had been dreading: The body of John Daverio, a professor missing since March 16, had been found floating in the Charles River.


Verghese Wins This Year s Big Screw

Candidate Final Donations


Orientation 2003: New Events, Less Time for Rush

The Class of 2007 will have three days to relocate to new dormitories once they arrive on campus, according to a draft of the 2003 Orientation schedule.




WORLD AND NATION

European Union: U.N. Must Play Important Role in Iraq

Bechtel Corporation Receives Iraqi Reconstruction Contract

Few Deaths, But HIV Infection Reaches 1.5 Million in Russia

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Film Review - ** ’Ghosts of the Abyss’ Sinks

Sugar and Spice

Film Review - *** No Crying in This Game

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Down the Hatchet: Six Hundred Words or Else


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MIT Cycling Dominates Army Race, Team Takes Fifth Place


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