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Crowding to Return In Fall, But Sparsely

Administrators say it is likely that there will be a small amount of crowding next year in undergraduate dormitories, despite previous vows to the contrary.


Undergrad Survey Releases First Stats

Fifty-six percent of seniors who responded to a March survey said they were “very satisfied” with the athletic facilities on campus, compared with only eight percent of seniors in a survey last year -- before the September opening of the $55 million Zesiger Sports and Fitness Center.


Three Crimes at MIT, But No Big Security Changes

Cambridge city resident Noel McKenzie was discovered sleeping in the East Campus boiler room last week by the house manager, said John E. Driscoll, deputy chief of the MIT Police.


SafeRide Tracking Project Nears End of Beta Testing

The project, sponsored by the Microsoft-MIT iCampus Alliance, is currently available for use at http://shuttletrack.mit.edu.


Edgerton Residents Discuss Damage, 106 dB Noise

The group discussed vibration damage to cars and computer monitors and what students describe as almost unbearably ear-splitting pile-driving from construction on Novartis’ new facilities at the former New England Confectionary Company candy factory on Massachusetts Ave.


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Prometheus, a new monthly newspaper on campus, published its first issue yesterday.


Dong Wang --The Tech

from the crowd at the Chinese Students and Scholars Association--sponsored Chinese Culture Fair. Lion dance is a traditional presentation performed for festival celebration.




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